Lifetime Entertainment on Tuesday inked an equity and promotional deal with publicly traded Women.com Networks, buying a 4.6% stake in the Web group for an undisclosed amount. Deal calls for…
The Secure Digital Music Initiative is offering $10,000 to any computer hacker who can break the encryption that the organization has developed to protect online entertainment.
Though consumers may be holding off on entertainment via their computers or handheld devices, that may change by 2004, predicts a study being released today by PricewaterhouseCoopers' entertainment…
Now that Netcaster Digital Entertainment Network is gone and its equipment auctioned off, what’s happening with its former offices? Interactive Video Technologies, which creates video technology to…
Book chain Barnes & Noble is set to acquire one of the leading tech book sellers, Fatbrain.com, in a cash and stock deal valued at roughly $64 million. At a time when B&N rival Amazon is expanding…
Interactive-content production company ExtendMedia has tapped Patrick Donoghue exec veep of development. He will oversee expanding business opportunities for the company’s Gotham office, as well as…
The latest digital-media company to downsize is Bluetorch, an extreme-sports effort from the Broadband Interactive Group. Tthe company pinkslipped 64 employees, primarily from print and Web…
ShowBizData has tapped Keith Teruya as chief technology officer, reporting to CEO and founder Oliver Eberle.
Atomic Pop, the Santa Monica-based Web design firm and music site, melted down over the weekend and laid off its remaining 25 employees.
In one of the biggest pushes yet by a major label into the contentious online music-delivery market, Warner Music Group said Monday it will make more than 1,000 albums, plus a number of online-only…
Robert Bernardi, co-founder and former CEO of customizable CD company MusicMaker.com resigned as chairman of the Netco's board of directors Monday to pursue other interests.