With millions of dedicated "owners" spending countless hours trading and researching players for their teams, it's no secret that fantasy sports leagues are one of the Web's biggest success stories.
Chris Howe has been tapped chief technology officer of online sci-fi, horror and fantasy venture Fandom, while Tom Watkin has joined the company as senior veep of its newly launched auctions division.
Unfortunately, the pen isn't mightier than the pinkslip. Santa Monica, Calif.-based FilmsOn lightened its load two weeks after its launch, letting go 10 of 38 staffers, primarily from its editorial…
Tonos Entertainment has paired with music cabler VH1 to create a one-hour reality show focusing on a musician whose talents were discovered via Tonos.com.
GetMusic.com, the digital tune site backed by BMG Entertainment and Universal Music Group, has tapped former AOL Europe VP David Fischer to head up its international expansion.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers has named Vinton Cerf, considered by many as one of the Internet's founding fathers, as its chairman.
Unbound Studios has tapped Jill Proctor Ramirez to the newly created position of VP of business development.
If the Internet is supposed to be the new "Star Search" of the 21st century, then Hollywood's a very tough critic. Two years after entertainment Netcasters first opened their doors, aspiring…
Name: Rotor; Hollywood, Calif. Web Address: www.rotor.net Launch Date: May 19, 2000 Number of Employees: 115 Service: Offering proprietary technology for producing and distributing interactive online…
The oft-derided practice of Webcasting live events received a significant boost from two popular streams that attracted huge numbers of Netizens.
When Telefonica launched Terra U.S.A. in Miami in June, it threw a bash that cost a cool $1.5 million. The Spanish telecommunications giant was keen to present itself as a serious player in the…