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Sign on the Dot-Com Line

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When the Web was young, cyberspace was dominated by academia and personal home pages were dedicated to pressing topics like spelunking and Pez dispensers, the online community's response to proposals…

The Don Goes Digital

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The plan went something like this: help undiscovered talent make movies; hope you have a hit; then create a studio outside the establishment where art, not hype or money, is what really matters.

This year’s model

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Participants at this January's National Assn. of Television Program Executives conference are poised to sneak a peak at convergence. Considering the recent shift in attitude among content providers…

Frozen assets

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Weeks before iCast.com planned to air 72 straight hours of magician David Blaine frozen in a block of ice, its incubator CMGI pulled a disappearing act and announced plans to close the Netco. Nearly…

Viva el Web strategy

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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…

Boxed in

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The Box Office is closed. Maybe. Earlier this month, the turbulent urban portal laid off all of its 300 staffers and announced plans to file for bankruptcy protection. Days later it received a $1.8…

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