Indie TV producer Argos has joined forces with Telmex, Mexico's former state telephony monopoly, to launch audio-visual Internet portal zoom.tv.
U.K. telco Cable & Wireless is buying U.S. Web outfit Digital Island for $340 million.
Time plays tricks on special effects blockbusters, and Old Man Time isn't always kind to "Superman: The Movie," now in an expanded, digitally cleaned edition. Handsome DVD package includes eight…
In what appears to be one of the first baby steps toward the often-promised vertical integration of online and primetime production at Fox, the network has begun introducing video interviews with…
Online music software creator Liquid Audio reported lower net revenues for the first quarter of $1.7 million, compared with $3 million during the period, ended March 31, last year.
So long WebTV. Microsoft, which introduced the struggling interactive TV service to consumers with much hype in 1996, is expected to replace the troubled moniker with the name MSNTV in the coming…
Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Thursday he will most likely hold congressional hearings if Rupert Murdoch clinches a deal to add DirecTV to his vast empire.
Santa Monica-based Web design shop Media Revolution has been tapped by Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment and Columbia Pictures to develop the official dot-com for "Spider-Man."
Netcaster AtomShockwave has launched a pay-per-play service through online gaming division Shockwave.com.
Independent Digital Entertainment, the New York-based digital video collective whose "Chelsea Walls" is screening in Directors Fortnight, has appointed Danish outfit Trust Film Sales as its worldwide…
Steven Spielberg's upcoming cyberkid pic "A.I." has created a media frenzy over its groundbreaking promo campaign of mock online news reports and linked dummy sites purporting to provide info on…