Lucasfilm has inked an exclusive deal with Netcaster AtomFilms.com, which will give "Star Wars" geeks an official Internet home for their unofficial spoofs and documentaries.
The Walt Disney Studios has named two longtime executives at the studio's home entertainment division, Bob Chapek and Dennis Maguire, to oversee Buena Vista Home Entertainment's domestic and…
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an appeal of a ruling that publishers must obtain permission of freelance contributors before including the work in electronic databases. The court agreed…
Even on TheSimpsons.com, Al Gore and George W. Bush are neck in neck -- albeit both are almost 25 percentage points behind Springfield's own mayor, Diamond Joe Quimby. The Fox show's official site…
Netco MCY.com has pacted with Applied Digital Solutions in the first deal since the company announced it was moving away from providing music to consumers and toward a business model of selling its…
ESPN Internet Group has launched its first international Web site, the Spanish-lingo ESPNdeportes.com, directed at both Latin American and U.S. Hispanic users.
The Walt Disney Co. is among a crop of new investors pumping $60 million into Dotcast, a high-speed service designed to use TV signals to send Internet-style video to wireless devices.
The Sony Corp. has set up a business-to-business Internet-exchange division to serve as middleman between sports-rights holders and TV-station buyers throughout the world.
Portugal's biggest telco, Portugal Telecom (PT), has bought up the country's largest film company, Lusomundo. With the purchase, PT completes its move into Portugal's film sector, and Luis Silva, the…
Turner Broadcasting System Europe has upped Stephen Johnstone to the post of head of interactive, responsible for the company's iTV, Internet and wireless activities.
In cutting his landmark deal with the Internet's renegade music-sharing firm Napster, did Bertelsmann CEO Thomas Middelhoff blow away his two top execs? Sunday, BMG Entertainment chairman Michael…