As any musician that has taken their show on the road will tell you, touring is an imprecise science at best. A large proportion of tours are unprofitable, written off as the cost of promoting a new…
Past rules -- from content to confidence -- don't apply to the Web, but when it comes to branding, tradition rules. Most marketing players believe that a successful branding strategy delivers a…
Sci-fi, fantasy and horror entertainment venture Fandom laid off 37 people, 20% of its staff.
The curtain recently closed at online casting site Iam.com, with 44 employees asked to take their final bow.
Most people first heard about Michael Moore in conjunction with "Roger and Me," a documentary built entirely around Moore's fruitless quest to gain access to General Motors' CEO Roger Smith. Perhaps…
Under mounting pressure to make peace with the music industry before it is shut down by court order, legally embattled file-sharing service Napster has made an offer of $1 billion in licensing fees…
CBS has an eye on its Web sites again: Last week Viacom became the third major media company over the past two months to restructure its online businesses, handing control of its network-branded…
TF1 Video has slipped into the top notch of the French video market with the release of its revenue figures for the year 2000.
A troubled Stan Lee Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Friday, saying that it plans to solicit offers from one or more buyers interested in recapitalizing Stan Lee or acquiring its…
CenterSpan Communications, the company that purchased the assets of music and movie file-sharing site Scour.com in bankruptcy court last year, has formed a new digital media and entertainment group…