Newsweek.com and Washingtonpost.com, both owned by the Washington Post Co., will offer seven hours a day of live Web coverage of the Democratic and Republican conventions.
Nearly six months after starting a public battle to take over the "Grand Theft Auto" publisher, Electronic Arts has withdrawn its $2 billion tender offer for Take-Two Interactive to enter private…
A good concert performance sparks the ultimate marketing tool -- word of mouth -- which makes it the toughest commodity to control and, conversely, a perfect fit for the Internet. While music has…
Japanese animation producer and distrib Showgate is cracking down on illegal downloads of its toons in Singapore.
Both "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" and "Creature Comforts America" have won Emmy Awards for animation.
Dale Hopkins, former chief operating officer at vidgame cabler G4, is returning to the games biz, joining Championship Gaming Series as CEO.
Gary Demos has joined Lowry Digital Images. Demos will be a senior algorithm scientist at Lowry, which is an industry leader in digital film restoration and image enhancement.
The publishing units of Universal Music and EMI have signed licensing deals with ArtistDirect to allow ArtistDirect.com to feature their lyrics in a new section on the website
Italian authorities have ordered the country's Internet service providers to block access to the Pirate Bay, among the world's largest sites indexing pirated movies and music.
GDH's toons and games are available at an E2Max Internet cafe in Singapore thanks to a deal between GDH and E2Max Center, a subsid of Cathay Organization Holdings.
It isn't every day you get to talk to a queen, particularly from the comfort of your own home. That's exactly what Jordan's Queen Rania has allowed the world's youth to do by launching her own…