The Los Angeles-based Netcaster recently expired, letting go all of its 20 employees, after running out of financing and struggling to generate revenues.
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Collectibles site WizardWorld.com is hosting a contest in which Netizens can enter to receive a nonspeaking walk-on role in Kevin Smith's upcoming "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back."
Wim Wenders has taken to the new world like a duck to water. Not only has Germany's best known director been pioneering in the realms of digital filmmaking but Wenders, it seems, is now breaking new…
Not even the Web slinger himself could save Stan Lee Media, which has struggled with cash-flow problems and a plunging stock price. The Netco has pulled the plug on operations indefinitely.
In a major break for digital TV, the National Assn. of Broadcasters (NAB) voted Tuesday to stick it out with the current signal standard, rather than switching to a European signal that some consider…
Online interactive sports network Quokka Sports recently pinkslipped 90 employees. The layoffs come on the heels of several acquisitions from earlier this year. Before the cuts, company employed 460…
Netcaster Neurotrash.com has launched NT Entertainment, an offline production division whose first project is "Prophet Speaks," a jazz docu skedded to bow at the Slamdance Film Festival.
Despite the fact that the Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific Index fell 60% in the past year, the tea leaves show a promising 2001 for technology in Asia.
Office Location: Beverly Hills, Calif. Web Address: www.rightsline.com Founded: October 1999 Launch Date: First Applications went live July, 2000 Number of Employees: 28 President and CEO: Russ…