David Bohrman, who most recently oversaw CNNfn as executive veep, has been tapped CEO of Netcaster Pseudo Programs.
Sony Computer Entertainment will set up Internet marketing sites for its PlayStation videogame consoles, with the Japanese site starting Feb. 1.
Lucie Salhany, former topper at UPN, Fox Broadcasting Co. and Paramount TV, has once again changed channels, this time moving into cyberspace as CEO and co-prexy of Pacific Title/Mirage spinoff…
SFX Entertainment said Tuesday it has inked a joint venture deal with a leading European Internet provider, World Online, to create a pan-European live entertainment portal covering a range of events…
Several former biz execs, including past Warner Bros. exec VP of theatrical production Tom Lassally, are teaming up to launch Fusient Media Ventures, an investment firm set to fuel Internet startups.
MGM broadened its relationship with Blockbuster Inc. on Tuesday, making it the first major studio to allow its films to be downloaded from the Internet -- and the first to make its entire library of…
TV industry veteran Michael Jay Solomon has been tapped to a trio of posts at the Entertainment Internet, parent company of Castnet.com, a Web-based film and TV database for casting directors and…
ShowBiz Data, Time Warner's Entertaindom.com and Sun Microsystems will open an interactive lounge for Sundance festgoers, offering e-mail services, online games and digitally screened films.
Three academics from Canada, the U.S. and India have designed a computer program to help theater managers choose and schedule films that they say can increase box office sales by between 30% and 120%.
UPN has pacted with Internet consulting firm Protagonist to develop strategies for entering the interactive TV market.
The studios continue the full federal-court press on DVD hackers with two lawsuits filed against three individuals in Connecticut and New York.