DietCoke.com has posted the first of 13 Webisodes of an original Internet series called "What's Your 20?" about a Hollywood production assistant struggling on a film shoot in Montana.
Yahoo! is in search of a new CEO as Tim Koogle said Wednesday that he will ankle the post as soon as a replacement can be found.
Napster just can't seem to make its legal troubles go away: Online music company EMusic.com on Wednesday joined the laundry list of companies suing the song-swapping company for unfair competition as…
Online movie ticketing service Fandango has inked a deal with Tellme Networks to make its service available via phone lines. The announcement, made at ShoWest in Las Vegas, pits fledgling Fandango…
Rep. W.J. "Billy" Tauzin (R-La.) reiterated on Tuesday he supports a plan that would allow Hollywood to control the number of times some digital broadcast programming is copied, marking a shift away…
Software giant Microsoft Corp. could lose as much as $2 billion on its upcoming vidgame console Xbox before it breaks even in about five years, according to a report released Tuesday by Merrill Lynch.
Entertainment business-to-business resource provider Creative Planet has upped co-founder and board member Michael Kumin to exec veep of corporate strategy.
Hewlett-Packard and RealNetworks have inked a deal to develop home entertainment products designed to allow users to play music and streaming video from the Internet on devices other than personal…
Large-format film company Iwerks Entertainment said Tuesday that it has inked a letter of intent to be acquired by privately held SimEx in a deal valued at $2.2 million in stock.
Let the synergy begin: AOL Time Warner said Tuesday it will link all of the conglom's Web sites using a Netscape-branded tool bar that lets Netizens access functions such as instant messaging, email…
Studios can clearly envision home delivery of movies, where viewers can get any film they want, anytime they want, with the click of a button on the remote control.