Seamus Blackley, the co-creator of Microsoft's Xbox vidgame console, has resigned from the software giant to pursue other opportunities, including the formation of a business venture to be disclosed.
E! Online's red-carpet coverage of this year's Academy Awards (held March 24) attracted the largest number of Netizens ever to visit the entertainment Web site. On March 26, 3.4 million unique users…
Having long lagged behind the other major studios when it comes to launching innovative Internet campaigns for its pics, DreamWorks may be catching up.
Yahoo! has bolstered its entertainment ranks, tapping former Warner Bros. Online topper Jim Moloshok as its senior veep of media and information.
After creating a strong foothold in Asia, gamemaker Sega.com is readying to tackle the mobile market in the U.S. Company has created Sega Mobile to focus on creating and distribbing games for cell…
Microsoft is having a hard time luring European and Asian gamers to play with its Xbox. Weak sales in the territories forced the software giant on Thursday to lower sales forecasts of the high-end…
Vidgame maker TDK Mediactive has signed a three-year license with Jim Henson Interactive to target younger players with titles that feature key Muppets characters.
Blockbuster Entertainment-backed DEJ Prods. is carving a new niche in the direct-to-vid arena currently dominated by major players including Artisan and Lions Gate.
Veteran entertainment attorney Fred Davis has some interesting suggestions about how to get the record business out of its yearlong slump: For one thing, it could stop selling records.
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CinemaNow.com is going back to school. The Los Angeles-based Internet video-on-demand company, owned by Lions Gate Entertainment, has inked a content licensing deal with Cflix to distribute its…