Entertainment Technology Consultants named exhibition vet Cathleen Fager as a senior consultant and engineer Kevin Wines as a hardware specialist for the company, which has offices in Hollywood and…
Wireless gaming is becoming a viable moneymaking platform, according to a new study by IDC. The report forecasts that in five years, total U.S. gamers on PDAs, cell phones and other wireless…
"Sim" versions of performers Avril Lavigne, LL Cool J, Ludicris and Beyonce Knowles will be offered exclusively to AOL members in coming weeks as part of an extensive promotional deal between the…
GoodTimes Entertainment has picked up for distribution a Christian-themed homevideo project featuring St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner.
MusicNet has assembled a raft of new licensing deals that will give the music-subscription service comprehensive access to the digitized catalogs of all five major labels, putting it on equal footing…
After weeks of furious negotiations, Capitol Hill has directed the music biz to offer discounted royalty rates to small Webcasters trying to compete with the big guns in streaming music over the…
The long and tortured Napster saga took a big step toward closure Friday, as music-software maker Roxio bid to acquire the peer-to-peer pioneer's remaining assets for a mere $5.3 million in Delaware…
A Wide 'Net
There seems to be a traffic jam at the intersection of Hollywood Boulevard and Madison Avenue. Fearing the potential disappearance of their brands amidst the clutter of traditional advertising…
411 Publishing and Media-Match.com have partnered to launch Crew411.com, an online database of more than 30,000 resumes of freelance film and TV production professionals.
European Union culture ministers agreed to extend the cultural diversity program to cover Internet content, raising the specter of quotas for the interactive media sector this week.