Just when it appeared high-def TVs were becoming the 21st Century version of Ford's Edsel, here comes a product pitchman packing a credible promo punch: Martin Scorsese.
Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution and A&E Networks have signed on as development partners with research company E-Poll to fine-tune the company's Internet-based audience research service, the…
File-sharing service Napster has inked an exclusive pact to license the digital music technology of MusicNet, a nascent online distribution company backed by three of the five major record labels.
The Game Show Network has tapped John P. Roberts senior VP of interactive and online entertainment.
TV station TF1 announced Tuesday that Anne Sinclair, one of its highest profile execs, has left her post as VP of e-TF1, the Internet arm of the Gallic outfit.
Digital Music company RioPort has inked a deal to distribute digital downloads from all five major label groups on the Web site of music and electronics retailer Best Buy.
EMI is partnering with U.S. new media company Roxio to create a legitimate online business for burning music onto CDs.
Internet re-broadcaster JumpTV.com Canada Inc. has won its latest round in the battle to gain equal status with cable and satellite industries.
In what could be a sign of things to come, the producers of CBS' "Everybody Loves Raymond" have decided to pair their annual Emmy screening tapes with a DVD boasting the same episodes as the VHS…
Radiofree SAG.org, a Web site virulently opposed to SAG prexy William Daniels, has changed its name to radiofreefacts.org after it was warned that it has been violating SAG's copyright.