Sci-fi, fantasy and horror entertainment Web venture Fandom Inc. has acquired live events producer and merchandiser Creation Entertainment. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Just after receiving a $100 million cash infusion from Paul Allen's Vulcan Ventures, Oxygen said it will close its Seattle office and cut 44 full-time and 21 part-time employees, representing less…
As promised after its settlement with the five major labels, online music service MP3.com has bowed a revamped locker service with free and subscription-based models that allow users to add CDs to a…
Tom Green's antics may no longer be a weekly staple of MTV's primetime programming, but the comedian's prankish humor lives on online through an exclusive partnership inked with Netcaster…
The Canuck broadcast regulator has selected 16 English and five French-language winners in the first round of the digital sweepstakes. They include a fashion channel, a women's sports web and a gay…
The cable industry trotted out a generous sampling of its star executives during last week's Western Cable Show in Los Angeles, everyone from John Malone and Barry Diller to Geraldine Laybourne and…
Warner Bros. veteran Kevin Byles has been appointed vice president and general manager at ChumCity Intl.
Gen Y Netcaster Neurotrash.com has inked a deal to license "Shalom!" to Carsey-Werner's upcoming "Dot Comedy," a skein focusing on humorous programming found on the Internet. The parody of…
CIE, Latin America's leading live-entertainment company, has announced a marketing/advertising alliance with Internet portal Terra Lycos Mexico.
Animation studio Wild Brain has chosen AniManagement to represent its entertainment properties in the U.S. Acting as an agent for Wild Brain's original content, AniManagement will look to secure…
Internet giant Yahoo! will bow the sequel to its Internet Life Online Film Festival March 21-22 at the Hollywood Athletic Club and Directors Guild of America.