GameWorks president-CEO Ron Bension has left entertainment center company Sega GameWorks to become CEO of Tickets.com.
Working Title Films is planning to make a movie about the collapse of Boo.com, one of Europe's most high-profile Internet disasters.
In what is believed to be a first for the video industry, Universal Studios Home Video's new releases this quarter have already generated more than $1 billion in consumer spending.
Plagued by tunnel vision during the dot-com heyday, the studios' strategy of creating pricey Web sites to promote their pics has all but proved useless in a world where Netizens habitually visit the…
Don't get too used to all those embellishments on DVD versions of your favorite films. Many video vets believe such extra material could start to disappear thanks to escalating costs and demands by…
Even as the U.S. vidgame biz faces increased pressure to restrict marketing of violent titles to teens, its Oz counterparts are pushing the envelope for a little breathing room from censors.
After a cavalcade of publicity and several months' delay, Pressplay is ready to open its doors to cyberspace.
Internet survey E-Poll has launched television audience research service the Edge. Some of the service's first clients are Buena Vista TV, MGM, Scripps Networks and Studios USA, all of which will use…
Marking its first major entry into the digital music space, Yahoo on Monday cued up the latest version of Launch, the Internet music company the portal giant acquired in June for $5 million.
Dramatically upping the stakes in the copyright battle, Motion Picture Assn. of America prexy-CEO Jack Valenti on Monday challenged the electronics industry to agree on Internet-blocking technology…
Variety.com has launched its fourth annual site covering the gamut of movie kudos leading up to the 74th Academy Awards on March 24. Award Central 2002 at Variety.com/awards2002 is the most…