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…
"I think the biggest difference between us and our competition is that our software is functioning," says Filmtrust co-founder Andrew Adelson. That up-and-running requirement may seem a bit obvious…
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…
Even popular shows can have a tough time online. Take "Jar Jar Binks: The E! True Hollywood Story," an online spoof that was pulled from iFilm.com due, in part, to strained relationships the…
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.
The running of short films before features in theaters may have ended nearly three decades ago, but Netcaster AtomFilms.com is trying to bring back the idea.
Scour.com may find itself the prize in a bidding war today as relatively unknown CenterSpan is looking to outbid Listen.com for the controversial digital entertainment search service.
Napster founder Shawn Fanning reiterated Monday at the digital media confab WebNoize that the service will continue to be a community file-sharing program even as it seeks out more deals with the…
Yahoo! Movies has launched a directory to provide Netizens with a place to locate thousands of short films to view online. The portal has inked a deal with Netcasters AtomFilms, FilmFilm, Hypnotic…
Troubled CMGI is getting out of online entertainment -- it is to shutter iCast.com in January unless it can find a buyer.