Hollywood.com reported a 186% boost in third quarter revenues Monday of $8 million fueled by the launch of new businesses including EventSource and Broadway.com.
National Geographic has upped Mitchell Praver to president of its dot com. A 24-year media vet, Praver will oversee National Geographic's interactive businesses and content development including the…
According to the 2000 Consumer Technology Survey, only 4% of Netizens are accessing the Web from home primarily for entertainment purposes. This compares to 90% who log on at home to do research or…
Persuading an angry group of freedom-loving Internet experts to accept a little more regulation and authority on their beloved network is a bit like telling Eminem to keep it clean. Nevertheless…
Similar to the schadenfreude felt when Pop.com flopped, industryites have been snickering at "Project Greenlight," an online screenwriting contest from Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's Netco LivePlanet…
Brilliant Digital Entertainment posted a 36% surge in third quarter revenues Monday of $407,000, while reporting a net loss of $4.5 million compared to a loss of $2.8 million for the period ended…
Win or loose we booze! That seems to be the mantra for Scout Electromedia, the makers of Modo.
NationalLampoon.com is moving toward syndication and pacting with Netcaster Neurotrash to provide content for its English and German-language sites. The syndication unit will be based in L.A.
Bowing in 1996 as an exchange to fund independent films, the Hollywood Stock Exchange has reinvented itself more often than Madonna. True to form, HSX recently announced two unique programs that…
The trend of discovering talent online is picking up steam -- internationally.
The Beatles are back: The group's official Web site, appropriately called TheBeatles.com, will bow on Nov. 13.