Making its own animated splash into the online programming game, E! Online bowed this week "Chateau Hollywood," a series of eight interactive, animated Webisodes that focus on the celebrity dwellers…
Besieged Internet file-sharing company Napster has blocked more than 317,000 users -- or at least the people using those particular screen names -- from accessing its service.
One month after acquiring a minority stake in e-publisher Xlibris, Random House has taken another giant step into electronic publishing.
BSkyB said Wednesday that it will purchase British soccer Web site operator Sports Internet for approximately £300 million ($460 million) in stock.
In what marks the first major studio deal to turn an Internet-generated creation into a feature, author and screenwriter John Ridley will be paid $1 million against $2 million by Universal and…
In the wake of last week's struggle between Disney and Time Warner, "a specter of distrust" hangs over the cable industry, FCC chairman Bill Kennard warned Tuesday.
NBC and WebTV have introduced an enhanced TV element to the NBA playoff games the network is broadcasting.
Music portal ArtistDirect posted a $11.2 million net loss in its first quarter as a public company, the Los Angeles-based company reported Tuesday.
Post-production vet Kelvin Duckett has been tapped CEO and prexy of Morgan Digital Studios, the Internet production studio spun off from Load Media Network last October.
Fresh off relaunching itself as a portal for Netcasters over the Web, iFilm has named American Film Institute festivals director and Slamdance co-founder Jon Fitzgerald as veep of programming.
The next shots in the copyright infringement battle between Internet file-sharing company Napster and RIAA will be heard in a San Francisco courtroom.