Yahoo! Internet Life magazine is published by Ziff Davis Media, which licenses the Yahoo! moniker from the Internet portal. Information was incorrect in Tuesday’s paper.
Hollywood has loaded the bases with strategic political support for the right to protect digital broadcast programming from being copied ad infinitum or beamed out over the Internet.
Following Napster's surprise announcement Friday that it has a system to screen files out of its network, the company set to work doing just that, starting with songs from its most vocal opponents -…
Abandon Internet Group has inked a deal with Israeli tech company Tidex Systems to acquire the exclusive licensing rights to Living Video, a technology that gives content creators the ability to…
Don't bury Pop.com or DreamWorks' future Internet endeavors just yet.
Razorfish Studios has tapped Laurie Windrow senior veep of distribution, sales and marketing.
Post-production house GTN has acquired f/x shop Travelling Pictures Animation, the Farmington, Mich.-based company that most recently created the digital whale in "Cast Away."
Geocast Network Systems, the Silicon Valley-based company that planned on using the leftover digital television broadcast spectrum, satellites and cable systems to transmit video and other data to…
Rob Maresca, exec veep of strategy and planning at Pittard Sullivan has ankled the branding giant to form Rocket Brand and Strategic Services in Santa Monica.
A fed-up Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Thursday derided broadcasters for continuing to sit on $70 billion of free digital spectrum, and predicted they soon will use their silver-lined lobbying clout…