It looks as if Go.com's green and yellow traffic light logo may be making a comeback. At least for the next 30 days.
The first streaming Webisode of ABC laffer "The Drew Carey Show" from Warner Bros. Online attracted nearly 2 million visits, capturing more viewers online Wednesday night than most cable programming.
CBS execs recently discovered at least two sellers on eBay, a popular online auction site, trying to unload video copies of "Ricky Martin: One Night Only" meant for press viewing.
The Latin American Internet wars are heating up with the entry of two deep-pocketed players.
The European Commission, the executive body of the European Union, has taken the first steps toward drawing up a regulatory framework for the 15-member bloc's burgeoning digital television market.
Screenwriter-actress Carrie Fisher has signed on with Digital Entertainment Network to pen two columns, including one that offers advice on everything from sex and drugs to where to get a car fixed…
Wherehouse Music said Tuesday it will invest $20 million in music, games and video e-tailer CheckOut.com in a move to replace its current e-commerce Web site.
GoTo.com won another legal round Tuesday when a federal judge denied a request by the Walt Disney Co. for a stay of an injunction that requires the Mouse House to immediately stop using its Go.com…
Formally recognizing the recent migration of TV execs into new-media posts, the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has launched an interactive media peer group.
A disappointed Mouse House is grudgingly obeying a judge's order to pull Go.com's green and yellow traffic light logo from its properties, saying that in doing so it may lose $40 million in branding…
Making its first major exec appointment since launching in February, Netcaster IFilm has tapped location-based entertainment vet Skip Paul as co-chairman and CEO.