Already sparring over looming digital TV laws, millennium and Olympic fever has put Australia's mercurial media moguls in a litigious mood.
Film fans in France last week were able to attend a premiere without leaving home, when "Le Fils du Francais" (The Frenchman's Son) became the first French movie to premiere on the Internet, in…
Netcaster AtomFilms is expected to announce today that it has secured $20 million in a second round of financing, with the largest stake coming from Chase Capital Entertainment Partners LLC and Chase…
Kenneth P. Wong, former prexy of Walt Disney Imagineering, has been tapped chairman and CEO of POP.com, the yet-to-launch comedy-themed Internet broadcasting venture formed by Imagine Entertainment…
MXG Media, an Internet site geared to teenage girls and one of USA Networks' Inc. latest investments, will announce today that it has appointed Rob Swartz, a former creative exec at Walt Disney's…
U.K. cable and satellite programmer Flextech has sealed a comprehensive carriage deal with cable operator NTL covering both analog and digital TV.
Internet tech company CDKnet plans to announce today a licensing agreement with Asia Pioneer Ltd., a Hong Kong group serving the giant Chinese-speaking population worldwide.
Marc Tessier, president of publicly owned France Television, on Wednesday urged the French government to speed up its preparations for terrestrial digital TV.
Even Hollywood's golden age is hitting the Web. BernardofHollywood.com, a Web site that features the works of late photographer Bruno Bernard -- whose photos helped thrust Marilyn Monroe into the…
Brian Gersh, former co-head of the motion picture division at the William Morris Agency, has unveiled his next biz venture -- IAM.com, an online community for aspiring talent.
"South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are expected to announce today an exclusive deal with Shockwave.com, under which the duo will create 39 animated shorts to be Webcast before crossing…