Microsoft continues its expansion into interactive TV by announcing several deals at the 2000 Western Cable Show: ACTV will incorporate its technologies into the Microsoft TV platform; Thomson…
Stan Lee Media was whacked again Tuesday, with selloffs of the Web animation company's stock continuing and execs still searching for a clear reason.
Talk about a good news, bad news kind of day: On Tuesday Icebox.com announced that one of its Web toons will be the first to make the jump to a major network -- but the Netco also revealed that it…
Video-on-demand company Intertainer has pacted with Cisco Systems to develop technology that will allow cable operators to stream video to digital set-top boxes.
The Entertainment Internet Inc., parent of online casting service Castnet.com, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, blaming debts compiled by previous management.
A broad-based consortium of recording industry heavies has launched a system to compensate labels and artists for digital performances of their songs via Webcast as well as on cable- and…
AOL and Time Warner neatly salvaged their merger last week, inking a deal with AOL rival EarthLink that promises the Internet service provider precious space on Time Warner cable wires to offer…
The Federal Trade Commission is likely to delay a vote on the AOL/Time Warner merger for several more weeks, pending final negotiations over concessions demanded by the government.
Liberate Technologies has launched a $50 million venture capital subsid that will focus on investment opportunities in interactive television.
Flipside.com, a subsid of Havas Interactive and VivendiNet, has created online games for New Line Home Video's "Frequency'' and "The Cell.''
While many dot-coms are running out of cash, media company Tribe has shored up its finances by raising A$17 million ($6.8 million) in its second round of funding.