G4, the new Comcast Cable channel built around the culture of vidgames, will paddle onto screens in 3 million homes today with a week of broadcasts of "Pong" matches, in tribute to the vidgame biz's…
Ticketing-services giant Ticketmaster posted a broadened first-quarter loss of $119.7 million despite a 9% surge in revenue, due to an accounting charge, acquisition expenses and continuing startup…
Online music company Tonos Entertainment has upped former Polygram exec Richard Lewis to chief operating officer, reporting to chief exec Justin Herz.
Consumers rented more movies on DVD in the first quarter than any previous quarter, and more than in the entire year of 2000, according to the Video Software Dealers Assn.'s VidTrac service.
Telefilm Canada has released the list of recipients for the 2001-02 Canada New Media Fund.
BBC Worldwide, the BBC's commercial arm, is shuttering Beeb Ventures, the corporation's joint venture commercial Internet division.
Seamus Blackley, the co-creator of Microsoft's Xbox vidgame console, has resigned from the software giant to pursue other opportunities, including the formation of a business venture to be disclosed.
E! Online's red-carpet coverage of this year's Academy Awards (held March 24) attracted the largest number of Netizens ever to visit the entertainment Web site. On March 26, 3.4 million unique users…
Having long lagged behind the other major studios when it comes to launching innovative Internet campaigns for its pics, DreamWorks may be catching up.
Yahoo! has bolstered its entertainment ranks, tapping former Warner Bros. Online topper Jim Moloshok as its senior veep of media and information.
After creating a strong foothold in Asia, gamemaker Sega.com is readying to tackle the mobile market in the U.S. Company has created Sega Mobile to focus on creating and distribbing games for cell…