Danish media concern Egmont is closing Egmont Online and Danish entertainment portal www.eon.dk on July 1, making 20 staff members redundant, after losses hit an estimated $12 million.
There are 9.3 million residential customers of high-speed Internet services in North America, according to a study conducted by Kinetic Strategies.
It may not be a blockbuster hit on the Web just yet, but BMW's six-minute car chase series "The Hire" seems to be attracting some auds to BMWFilms.com.
Musicvid and commercial house HSI Prods. is making the leap into the Web design biz via its inhouse interactive studio Kayoss.
Webcasters' trade group the Digital Media Assn. (DiMA) is asking the courts to determine whether its services are eligible to get compulsory licenses from the record industry under the controversial…
For the second time in less than nine months, Blockbuster is opting to settle class action lawsuits filed against the retailer over its late fee charges.
Employees at AtomShockwave were hit with an unexpected blow on Friday as the entertainment Netcaster said it will pinkslip much of its staff. Move is part of a company restructuring that veers away…
Very jolly indeed about its new green giant, DreamWorks Pictures has announced it's preparing a theatrical sequel to "Shrek" and will rehire scribes and co-producers Ted Elliott and Terry Rossio to…
In what would mark Dimension's first TV project, the studio will develop with Abandon Entertainment a television drama based around online game "Dark Age of Camelot."
Clive Barker is embarking on yet another novel adventure, one so spine-tingling, he said, it made "every hair on my body stand on end, including the curly and crinkly ones."