Music community site IUMA.com, perhaps best known for offering couples $5,000 to name their babies after their site, has laid off its staff and stopped taking on new artists.
Music Netco Soundbreak.com is shifting its business model toward syndication, a move that execs hope will prevent the company from becoming another dot-com casualty.
Sci-fi, fantasy and horror fan site Fandom.com has tapped Roy Kim chief operating officer.
Taking DVD technology to the max, the collector's edition of Disney's "Dinosaur" is a Jurassic-sized achievement. From advanced interactive games to in-depth docus to audio mix demonstrations, the…
As the Monday deadline approached for an appellate court ruling on the fate of Napster, Netizens flocked to the rogue file-sharing service in record numbers for what they feared may be its last…
ABC’s new Damon Wayans sitcom is called “My Wife and Kids.” Title in Thursday’s paper was incorrect. * * * When or if any videogame rights to “Terminator 3″ and “Terminator 4″ will be made available…
The Recording Industry Assn. of America said Thursday that it has tapped courtroom vet Matthew Oppenheim to head up its powerful litigation department.
The success of "Toy Story 2" in theatrical and video release boosted Pixar Animation Studios' fiscal 2000 earnings to more than $78.4 million, up from $49.2 million the previous year. For the fourth…
News Corp. prexy-chief operating officer Peter Chernin urged book publishers Thursday to join Hollywood in lobbying Congress to extend copyright protection to all forms of content flowing over the…
The number of homes surfing the Net via a high-speed connection jumped by 148% between December 1999 and December 2000, according to data released by Nielsen/NetRatings on Thursday.