A year ago, it was impossible to find decent office space in the trendy high-tech districts, with rents skyrocketing to more than $5 per square foot, and prime space often causing bidding wars.
Sundance may have rejected his short film "Bullet in the Brain," but tyro helmer David Von Ancken still managed to turn himself into the center of attention in Park City last January.
For the online entertainment community, it might just be a small world after all. Seeking new revenue streams, studios that develop Web animation are turning their attention overseas to find…
Stunted by a lack of major-label content and competition from free file-sharer Napster, EMusic.com has put itself on the block, and industry sources say Universal Music Group is the buyer.
For an industry well known for its illusions, Hollwood is upping the ante when it comes to marketing on the Web: When it comes to hype, what you see isn't always real.
Independent labels are eager to dispel the misperception that digital music is the exclusive domain of high-tech upstarts and multinational congloms, according to a roundtable of indie execs convened…
When most digital music companies are struggling to keep the beat, Launch Media is making what some may see as an audacious claim: It will be profitable by the third quarter of this year.
It's easy to believe that online entertainment is dead, gone and buried when dot-coms have been dropping like flies. But that would mean believing one of the Web's biggest misconceptions.
The creative folks at marketing for Diet Coke have decided that it's about time the soft drink explored its entertainment potential. So, they've come up with a way to merge the current hunger for…
First introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January, Intel's Pocket Concert has brought retro style and ease of use to the blocky shaped and sometimes cumbersome MP3 players…