Netco and production shingle Urban Entertainment has joined the AOL Time Warner family, netting $5.5 million in financing from the conglom and inking a first-look deal with New Line Cinema and Warner…
Excite@Home chief financial officer Mark McEachen has resigned to pursue other opportunities.
Media.net has landed five primetime television series -- the WB's "Smallville," "Maybe It's Me," "Gilmore Girls," CBS' "The Education of Max Bickford" and "Family Law" -- as clients of its digital…
GoTo.com -- which became a thorn in Disney's side nearly two years ago after the Pasadena-based Internet search engine claimed that the traffic-light logo for now-shuttered Mouse House portal Go.com…
Blockbuster said Monday that it will take a $450 million charge this year as it accelerates its transition from VHS to DVD rentals.
Chrysalis Group has said it will write off £9.6 million ($14.1 million) it invested in new-media ventures.
Mouse House topper Michael Eisner is expected to travel to Capitol Hill next month to plug landmark legislation that would force the private sector to devise a universal standard for protecting…
Japanese advertising conglom Dentsu is partnering with L.A.-based animator DIC as a co-producer on the upcoming series "Alienators: Evolution Continues," taking distribution rights in Japan and some…
Even before sales have been registered, the DVD version of "Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace" has set what is believed to be a record -- for the most time and money spent on the production…
Fox is planning to release Tim Burton's version of "The Planet of the Apes" two days before Christmas. Last year Fox had success with that time frame with summer hit "The X-Men."
Bowing its $35 million online entertainment venture Screenblast today, Sony debuted original program "Rachel's Room" from "Dawson's Creek" exec producer Paul Stupin.