Pop.com's plug has officially been pulled. DreamWorks and Imagine Entertainment execs decided to officially shutter their joint entertainment Netcasting venture over the Labor Day weekend, ending any…
Pop.com's bubble burst on Friday with the failure of merger negotiations with online film portal iFilm.
For Hollywood's creative community, the Internet has up until now served as little more than a worthless World Wide Web. But times are changing. In their continuing search for creative programming…
The Gersh Agency has moved into cyberspace, setting up shop on Celebrityblvd.com. Hitting the Internet for the first time with a full-steam-ahead approach, the agency has inked a deal that makes the…
Talks between Pop.com, the fledgling Netcaster from DreamWorks and Imagine Entertainment, and online film business venture iFilm fizzled on Friday without a deal between the two Netcos.The collapse…
IWin.com and Harrah's Entertainment are teaming on a marketing drive to promote both brands on- and offline.
Tech analysis firm the Gartner Group has released a report showing that Napster is banned on 34% of college campuses.
Los Angeles-based broadcaster Univision Communications will form a joint venture with Ask Jeeves, which operates a Q&A format information Web site, to create a Spanish-language version of the site.
Streaming media portal WWW.com has changed its name to OnAir Streaming Networks and will now be located at OnAir.com.
On the eve of digital HDTV satellite tests, Sony has joined other key Japanese appliance manufacturers in announcing digital HDTV receivers to be marketed on Nov. 25.
New financing arrangements totaling C$7.9 million ($5.3 million) are now in place to help fund Peace Arch Entertainment's record production slate for 2000-01.