FilmsOn.com bows today, featuring a database of films on 300 entertainment sites across the Web. Santa Monica-based company has 40 reviewers who watch and rate every online short film or Webisodic…
Two more dot-coms fell victim to the Internet blues on Monday, with HollywoodTicket.com closing its doors and FirstLook.com laying off 35 of its 100 staffers.
Z.com laid off 50 workers -- half of its staff -- Monday, as the entertainment Netcaster is trying make its latest round of funding stretch well into next spring.
Execs at Scour.com have dished more details about the Netco's recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Turns out the only reason Scour claimed "more than $100 million" in liabilities in its…
Following Sony deals for "Jeopardy" and "Wheel of Fortune," Mixed Signal Technologies has pacted with Pearson Television to produce interactive versions of "Family Feud" and "To Tell the Truth" for…
The Mouse House today bows Disney Auctions, a co-venture with eBay.com that includes nearly 90,000 items for sale from the Walt Disney vault, including Bette Midler's costume from "Hocus Pocus" and a…
Digital production and investment venture KPE has tapped Robert Argento as veep of corporate communications, and Matthew Ringel and Sanford Anopolsky as veep of strategy, New York and Los Angeles…
Will Napster disembowel CD sales, or will it spur new sales through the launch of new bands? With respect to Fisher, who became the biggest new Internet band ever (with 2 million-3 million downloads…
At a time when TV sitcoms are sparse, its good to know that there's a gig that pays at Comedy World.com, a lifeline to worthy cult comics who have dropped off the cable TV radar screen.
The Directors Guild of America, the Screen Actors Guild and the Writers Guild of America have all voiced their opinions about the Internet. Now the Producers Guild of America is prepping for its turn…