Internet software company Pulse Entertainment has acquired interactive audio provider Sonicopia to enable Web site designers to add more sound f/x.
Launch Media's LaunchCast Internet radio service was back up and running Friday, but will only offer content from Warner Music and independent labels for now, sources close to the company said.
Post-production house Laser-Pacific Media Corp. has entered into a purchase agreement to buy back 825,200 shares of its common stock at a price of $2.50 per share, equal to $2 million, from Digital…
Interactive television software firm OpenTV said Thursday it plans to acquire British gamemaker Static for $59 million in cash and stock.
The DVD picture keeps getting brighter, with "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and "Cast Away" setting new benchmarks for their respective studios this month.
"The Simpsons" are coming to DVD. On Sept. 25, 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment will release an elaborate boxed set of the first season of the 10-year-old program that is TV's longest-running…
Andy Robbins has been promoted to Miramax veep of new media, reporting to executive veep of finance and operations Bahman Naraghi and exec VP of business affairs Steve Hutensky.
Cable operators may have to forget about obtaining theatrical pics in an early window in order to lure audiences to video-on-demand platforms.
Television and music vet Jim Noonan has been tapped senior veep and general manager of Warner Bros. Online, a newly created post.
Four people connected with failed Internet animator Stan Lee Media have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of securities fraud.
Largely commending the cable biz for transforming itself from a frog into a prince, FCC topper Michael Powell on Tuesday nevertheless warned the industry against becoming too arrogant and risking…