Universal Music Group has tapped Webcasting technology firm RadioWave to produce, host and distribute online radio programming with content from several UMG labels.
The BBC's plans to expand its digital TV channels have been greenlit by the British government. But in a setback for the pubcaster, approval for its proposed BBC3 web has been withheld.
Sept. 15 is looming as D-Day for the pirates who dominate the homevideo industry in Malaysia.
For years, small-screen fans have turned to the Internet to share commentary and insight on their favorite shows. Lately, however, one site -- MightyBigTV.com -- has been drawing attention from a…
GoldDerby.com Emmy gurus have watched the tapes submitted for Emmy consideration and offer predictions for winners in the major awards categories.
Media dot-coms shifted into emergency mode Tuesday, radically curtailing all other coverage and simplifying the layouts of their Web sites, as Netizens turned to the Internet in full force to learn…
The nation's capital became a ghost town Tuesday as Hollywood lobbyists and media functionaries began to absorb the impact the twinned-terrorist attacks on Washington and Gotham will have on…
Netco and production shingle Urban Entertainment has joined the AOL Time Warner family, netting $5.5 million in financing from the conglom and inking a first-look deal with New Line Cinema and Warner…
Excite@Home chief financial officer Mark McEachen has resigned to pursue other opportunities.
Media.net has landed five primetime television series -- the WB's "Smallville," "Maybe It's Me," "Gilmore Girls," CBS' "The Education of Max Bickford" and "Family Law" -- as clients of its digital…