In an ongoing effort to turn around its money-losing new-media division, the Walt Disney Internet Group said Monday that it has axed an additional 135 staffers, with pinkslips affecting mostly…
Banking that the efficiency of the Internet will translate to more revenue, Universal Studios Consumer Products Group has inked a two-year deal with RightsLine that will enable the studio to manage…
Addressing the territorial rights management issues inherent in delivering video-on-demand via the Internet, Lions Gate Entertainment-backed CinemaNow.com has partnered with rights manager Digital…
U.S. District Court Judge Marilyn Hall Patel will hold a hearing to retool an injunction against Napster this Friday.
Uproar, the online gaming site recently acquired by Vivendi Universal subsid Flipside.com, showed a net loss of $20.8 million for the fourth quarter of 2000, compared to a loss of $17.5 million a…
Streaming media company On2.com recorded a pro-forma fourth-quarter net loss of $6.4 million, compared to a $4.9 million loss for the same period in 1999.
Pitching his take on the new House's agenda on technology and copyright law, Congressman Rick Boucher (D-Va.) addressed members of the American Film Marketing Assn. Thursday morning with a clear…
Wirebreak.com continues to syndicate its content to Web sites. Information was incorrect in Tuesday’s paper.
Vivendi Universal and Sony have released more details about Duet, a pact to tie up the world's top two music catalogs and drown out Napster in the online music wars.
With cash losses expected to narrow in the coming year and a substantial reserve to fall back on, music portal ArtistDirect insisted it has a fighting chance of weathering the dot-com storm that has…
Japanese electronics giant Sony is pacting to provide broadband services and games for arcades run by gamemakers Sega and Namco.