On the surface, SightSound.com is turning its $3 million Internet pic "The Quantum Project" into an Internet freebie for Netizens when they download Microsoft's latest Windows Media Player 7 software.
Stan Lee Media has inked a one-year production deal with Rotor Inc. to create interactive programming based around the company's Web-based superhero characters.
Preparing for the growing demand for DVDs, especially the next-generation DVD-supporting vidgame consoles from Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft, Technicolor said it plans to significantly increase its…
John A. Wooden has been tapped veep of programming at iCast comedy, a channel for parent iCast.com. In his new post, Wooden will oversee all content, programming and strategic alliances.
Creative Planet has tapped Commerce One to handle all of the e-commerce efforts on its upcoming Movie Magic Marketplace, a destination to enable filmmakers to purchase and rent production equipment…
AOL Moviefone has inked an exclusive deal to sell tickets and list showtimes for Crown Theaters, Classic Cinemas, KLM Theater Partners, Elttaes Theaters, Colorado Cinema Holdings, Cinema Four and…
Napster vets Bill Bales and Adrian Scott have launched AppleSoup.com, a legal, artist-friendly, file-sharing site.
Trial began Monday in a case that pits film studios against alleged Internet pirates, with the outcome likely to have a major influence on how studios distribute and sell motion pictures. Attorneys…
Latin Heat magazine and Online Production Services are planning the Latin Heat Online Directory, a database of U.S. Latinos in the entertainment biz.
After failing to transform itself into a major sports channel with Champions' League soccer, local weblet TM3 may instead become Germany's first interactive TV and Internet channel. The…
In the wake of the music industry's Napster nightmare, Germany's artists' rights association GEMA is seeking greater compensation from both PC consumers and hardware manufacturers. If successful, the…