IFilm has bolstered its management roster, hiring Yahoo! entertainment duo Adam Frank as senior veep of business development and Adam Stein as senior veep, strategic alliances and sales.
Digital video recording service TiVo has landed a deal with Sony that will put the service in millions of the latter's consumer products. TiVo stock closed up 21.76% Thursday to $5.54 on the news.
Pressplay, the digital music offering backed by media congloms Vivendi Universal and Sony, has racked up content licensing deals with six independent labels, repping an eclectic range of artists from…
Japanese animated fantasy "Spirited Away" will enter the record books this week by becoming the first foreign film in history to hit $200 million, excluding North America.
A group of entertainment and online orgs, including the National Assn. of Recording Merchandisers, fired off a letter to Congress Tuesday, urging support of recent legislation aimed at speeding the…
Internet audio and video software maker RealNetworks on Tuesday blamed the sour economy for a fall in third-quarter revenues to $45.2 million, compared with $67.1 million a year ago.
Video-on-demand service Intertainer has partnered with minority investor Microsoft to launch its subscription service, which bows today on high-speed broadband networks in the nation's top 35 markets.
The sour economy has forced layoffs in nearly every facet of the entertainment sector, but the vidgame biz is bucking the trend, with new products expected to actually generate jobs in the $20…
Universal Pictures Intl. announced it will release all new videos simultaneously on VHS and DVD beginning in 2002, with a window of just four to eight weeks between rental and sell-though.
AOL Time Warner said Monday that it will shutter Volume.com, a year-old news, entertainment and fashion site founded by HBO to target trend-conscious youth, due to the poor economy. Site will close…