Sony will provide video and game content for a fiber-optic network from Japan's largest telecom carrier, Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., with a trial run starting in a few months.
As the expanding supply of bandwidth turns data access into more of a commodity business, content will once again reign supreme -- and soon.
The Hollywood Stock Exchange on Tuesday said it plans to merge with online sports gaming venture Predict It, a move that gives it a much-needed $10 million in additional funding.
Even if the music industry defeats Napster in court next month, it faces losses of $3.1 billion over the next five years as a result of piracy, according to a report released Tuesday by Internet…
Sean "Puffy" Combs has hooked up with hip-hop Web site Hookt.com, helping to secure the financial future of the company as others are stumbling to remain afloat.
Screenplay software venture Final Draft has inked a deal with delivery giant UPS to securely deliver scripts on the Web. Final Draft users will be able to e-mail documents and follow them using UPS'…
Artists Management Group Animation has inked a deal to represent Creative Capers Entertainment, a company that provides animation and CGI for television, feature film and interactive entertainment.
Stan Lee Media is laying off 19 staffers in its production division to cut overhead costs and focus more on internal production, according to company prexy and CEO Kenneth Williams. Layoffs represent…
Digital music storage site MyPlay.com has expanded its content offerings by bowing a "Celebrity DJ Mix" feature where Netizens can listen to streaming music picked by talent.
Musicblitz.com has licensed several songs from its site for use in upcoming productions by Disney, Warner Bros., USA Networks, Fox, MTV and NBC.
Web sites affiliated with Cable TV networks commandeered 60% of the 1.52 billion media-related page views recorded in July, according to a study done by the Cable Television Advertising Bureau.