The curtain recently closed at online casting site Iam.com, with 44 employees asked to take their final bow.
Ask 20 industry execs to define "interactive television" -- and expect 20 different answers. Small-screen soothsayers have been foretelling the dawn of TV's new interactive age for years. Yet no one…
Artist groups say the new European Union copyright directive does not provide enough protection for their work in the digital environment.
TF1 Video has slipped into the top notch of the French video market with the release of its revenue figures for the year 2000.
CBS has an eye on its Web sites again: Last week Viacom became the third major media company over the past two months to restructure its online businesses, handing control of its network-branded…
A troubled Stan Lee Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Friday, saying that it plans to solicit offers from one or more buyers interested in recapitalizing Stan Lee or acquiring its…
With the threat of a court-enforced shutdown looming large, Napster has finally unveiled the first key details about how it plans to transform its renegade peer-to-peer file-sharing service into a…
CenterSpan Communications, the company that purchased the assets of music and movie file-sharing site Scour.com in bankruptcy court last year, has formed a new digital media and entertainment group…
Taking a cue from the U.S. Supreme Court, a federal appeals court in Washington will provide a live audiocast of the much-anticipated Microsoft hearing, scheduled to begin Feb. 26. Microsoft is…
The powerhouse ratings racked up by the Fox Network's telecast of the NASCAR Winston Cup race on Feb. 11 may diffuse the tensions ignited by a dispute between Fox and NASCAR over "freeloading"…
The Onion, the newspaper and Web site spiked with a satirical spin on current affairs that has found a devout fan base among media junkies, has inked a first-look deal with Miramax Films.