Although most film sites feel like last-minute afterthoughts, the Sony pictures Classics' beautifully designed "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" certainly leaves a lasting impression.
The dinner with Rupert Murdoch had all the markings of a Hollywood shmoozefest -- elegant business-attired executives meeting at a low-lit table in a swank L.A. restaurant, gathered for talk ranging…
The recent Bertelsmann-Napster marriage is the latest confusion-laden deal to pop up in the entertainment industry. Why would a giant take a stake in an embattled service that might shut down?
The majority of online entertainment sites have operated under a similar strategy. They spend their capital on content and marketing to drive traffic. Then they try to charge other companies to…
Universal Studios Japan started a Web site on the Internet-enabled cellular phone service called "i-mode" as a way of promoting its theme park that will open next spring in the western Japan city of…
National Geographic has upped Mitchell Praver to president of its dot com. A 24-year media vet, Praver will oversee National Geographic's interactive businesses and content development including the…
Bow your head. More cyber citizens have fallen. Santa Monica-based Massive Media Group laid off 17 staffers in an effort to cool their burn rate and reduce redundancy.
Blair is so psyched to celebrate her anniversary with her boyfriend Brock. Even though she spends hours dissecting their relationship with her midriff-baring Pi Phi sorority sisters and pothead…
Streaming video and audio giant RealNetworks has tapped Richard Wolpert as strategic adviser to help guide the Seattle-based company's efforts into emerging technologies, especially the wireless…
According to the 2000 Consumer Technology Survey, only 4% of Netizens are accessing the Web from home primarily for entertainment purposes. This compares to 90% who log on at home to do research or…