Two more dot-coms fell victim to the Internet blues on Monday, with HollywoodTicket.com closing its doors and FirstLook.com laying off 35 of its 100 staffers.
Z.com laid off 50 workers -- half of its staff -- Monday, as the entertainment Netcaster is trying make its latest round of funding stretch well into next spring.
Musicvid helmer J.C. Barros has inked an exclusive pact with Hookt.com to create original programming for the hip-hop site. Deal also calls for Barros to serve as executive producer on a Latino…
Universal Music Group-backed Farmclub.com has pacted with Netcaster Eveo to help aspiring filmmakers create musicvids based on songs from unsigned musicians.
Penelope Spheeris is in final negotiations to helm Jaron Joel Curry's "Posers" for Miramax Films. The 27-year-old tyro scribe just made a low-six- against mid-six-figure deal for his comedic script…
Warner Bros. is about to create some magic on the Web, tapping DNA Studio to design the official dot-com for its highly anticipated family pic "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone."
Digital production and investment venture KPE has tapped Robert Argento as veep of corporate communications, and Matthew Ringel and Sanford Anopolsky as veep of strategy, New York and Los Angeles…
Execs at Scour.com have dished more details about the Netco's recent Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. Turns out the only reason Scour claimed "more than $100 million" in liabilities in its…
Hoping to find the kind of success that "American Pie" enjoyed, DreamWorks is inserting about 30 seconds of unrated footage into the homevideo version of "Road Trip," set for release on Dec. 19.
Following Sony deals for "Jeopardy" and "Wheel of Fortune," Mixed Signal Technologies has pacted with Pearson Television to produce interactive versions of "Family Feud" and "To Tell the Truth" for…