The online entertainment industry may soon experience a shortage of pink paper. Viacom's MTVi, the online arm for the MTV Networks, has pinkslipped 105 of their 400 employees as part of a…
Free speech protection is arguably stronger in the U.S. than anywhere in the world, but even Americans have come to expect at least a little filtering on the part of the mass media.
Court cases can be pretty pricey, especially when battling against Hollywood bigshots. So pricey, in fact, that suddenly a company can no longer pay employees.
Using the Web as a marketing device is hardly reliable, but the studios are still forging ahead for the holidays. The money is there. So is the interest and the hype. So why is it so hard to…
Former music exec Art Jaeger has been tapped executive veepee of business development for low-cost Internet technology provider MyTurn.com.
Neurotrash.com has picked up the Internet broadcasting rights to "Jar Jar Binks: The E! True Hollywood Story," an online spoof that was pulled Wednesday from iFilm.com due in part to relationships…
United Pan Europe Communications (UPC) has moved to quell criticism and threats of a payment boycott over increasingly bad service in its home territory. Most of the complaints center around UPC's…
Post-production venture LaserPacific Media said Thursday that it is mulling an offer to sell to Digital Creative Development Corp. in a proposed stock transaction. DCDC, which has recently become a…
Japanese direct-to-home satellite platform Sky Perfect Communications plans a $1 billion-plus stock offering that will help it finance the purchase of rights to the World Cup 2002 soccer finals. The…
It's taken longer than anticipated, but Gen X femme Web site Voxxy.com, founded by "Roseanne" scribe Maxine Lapiduss, television producer Kristi Kaylor and author Hillary Carlip, will soft-launch…