Netcaster Hookt.com has closed a third round of financing with $5 million secured from venture capitalist firm Warburg, Pincus. The hip-hop dot-com, which has inked partnerships with Eminem and Puff…
The gavel dropped Tuesday in Los Angeles bankruptcy court as the technology assets of troubled file swapping service Scour were awarded to CenterSpan Communications for $9 million in cash and stock…
ABC's "Dot Comedy" may become the holy grail for Netcasters trying to get their online programming onto television.
Online music seller EMusic.com has amended its licensing agreement with National Music Publishers' Assn. unit the Harry Fox Agency to include a royalty structure for its planned music streaming…
Eddie Griffin ("Mod Squad") has nabbed the lead role in the Universal/Imagine laugher, "Undercover Brother." Malcolm Lee ("Best Men") is attached to direct pic, which is a live-action adaptation of…
Webcast producer Digital Planet is expected to announce today that it has secured nearly $15 million in funding from Intel Internet Media Services and Mellon Ventures.
Don't chalk up StreamSearch as a dot-com casualty just yet. Reports that the St. Louis-based company, which produces Webcasts and serves as a search service for digital entertainment files, is…
Imax Corp. is expected to announce today that it has sold to Japanese cinema operator T-Joy the first commercial digital DLP Cinema projector for use in a multiplex theater.
Friday was the day the music died for Riffage.com, the Palo Alto-based Netco that also operated a record label, 1500 Records, and bought the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco.
The Writers Guild of America has given an early indication that the issue of DVD and video compensation will be a tough area in upcoming contract negotiations.