B-to-B solution provider Creative Planet has received $30 million in financing from the United News & Media PLC, a London-based media and market information company.
With more domain name suffixes on the horizon, .com may soon lose its cache as the toniest of Web neighborhoods. Sure, a dot-com address remains the Beverly Hills, the Upper East Side and the Gold…
It was 1996. Web sites had not yet become a required tool for advertising new releases, nor was there a such a thing as a dot-com economy. A U. of Michigan student, Ming Chen, decided he wanted to…
Online movie ticketing service Fandango has tapped Eden Warner veep of finance to oversee the company's business strategy.
IFilm recently laid off 15 people, approximately 10% of its staff. Pinkslips were handed out across a number of divisions in order to cut back on the burn rate.
With more than $7 billion up for grabs, saying that the videogame industry is a competitive one would be an understatement. Looking to collect a major share of the available coin, gamemakers are…
Teutonic kidvidder TV-Loonland is taking a controlling 65% stake in Korean media business Saerom Entertainment.
Participants at this January's National Assn. of Television Program Executives conference are poised to sneak a peak at convergence. Considering the recent shift in attitude among content providers…
A total of 17 projects, and one special collection, will comprise the line-up for the inaugural Sundance Online Film Festival, launching Jan. 18 at www.sundance.org and…
Musicbank pacted with EMI Recorded Music on Wednesday, completing the sweep of licensing agreements between the digital music Netco and the five major record labels.