The National Basketball Assn. has become the first professional sports league to set up an interactive talkshow. Kick off Oct. 31, series will be available to subscribers of NBA.com TV.
Nancie Martin has been tapped senior VP of new media at the WB.
Universal Music Group has become the first of the major labels to bow an unlimited digital music subscription service on the 'Net, offering more than 20,000 songs from its active catalog to a trial…
AntEye.com has pacted with MP3.com to search for musicians to compose for helmer David O. Russell's ("Three Kings") upcoming docu that will bow on the site.
Sci-fi and horror site Fandom.com has tapped Beverly Macy as chief marketing officer.
Under a deal Monday between streaming media provider RealNetworks and Sony, the latter will include the former's software on digital music devices and PCs.
A previously unpublished novella by Jack Kerouac, "Orpheus Emerged," is being published online through Subrights.com, a Netco that is also selling the audio and electronic display rights to the work.
Yahoo! has pacted with iMix.com to offer customized compact discs to Netizens who use the portal's e-commerce services.
Internet sports media company SportsLine.com reported that consolidated revenue for the third quarter ended Sept. 30, rose 132% to $26.7 million from pro forma revenue of $11.5 million a year ago.
Soap and canned-meat maker Dial Corp. has ponied up a six-figure investment in family Netcaster Itsy Bitsy Entertainment by underwriting two of the company's daily Web shows.