Media.Net Communications has upped Bob Musslewhite to prexy and CEO of the El Segundo-based company.
The British government has confirmed that it will subsidize the U.K.'s switchover to digital TV by providing free equipment to some households.
EnterTec Group, an Israeli operation that identifies emerging technologies, has opened a Los Angeles office to help startups scale Hollywood's walls and ink deals in what has long been a gated…
Celebrities have been making their voices heard in Strasbourg ahead of the final European Parliament vote on a digital copyright law similar to the Digital Millennium Act in the U.S.
NBCi released a mixed earnings report Tuesday, beating analysts' expectations for the fourth quarter of 2000 but announcing that revenue for 2001 will be less than anticipated.
Blockbuster Entertainment is close to a deal with Vivendi Universal that would give the retailer its first agreement with a major studio for pay-per-view and video-on-demand rights to movies.
Despite the political and economic turmoil racking Indonesia, three of the country's five webs are planning IPOs. Indiosar, the newest web which snatched the No. 1 spot from rival RCTI last year…
James Dowaliby, former veep of production for Paramount Pictures Television Group's international division, has been tapped CEO of eMovies Internet, a video-on-demand subsid of San Francisco-based…
Nearly two years after releasing a set of six Stanley Kubrick films on DVD and more than a year after the DVD release of "Eyes Wide Shut," Warner Home Video will release a new and improved collection…
Hollywood is obsessed with information and e-trepreneurs know that. But despite the stumblings that some online business-to-business ventures have had, 2001 could finally prove a boon year for those…
Critics have unfairly called them lemmings, or even sheep, following one Web trend after another. But a more accurate analogy for those still working in the online entertainment industry would be…