America Online is launching an Internet portal in Spain called AOL Avant in a joint venture with Spanish bank Banco Santander Central Hispano (BSCH).
France's TV watchdog body, the Conseil superieur de l'audiovisuel (CSA), has come out against a French law that limits to 49% the share an operator can have in a TV station, after it changes over to…
The founders of Gen-Y news and entertainment destination venture iFuse.com are in the middle of trying to keep the site from flaming out.
Seventeen-year Paramount Home Entertainment veteran Jack Kanne is being shifted from his duties as exec VP of sales and marketing to the newly created position of exec veep, international.
America Online and Time Warner are taking another two weeks to hash things out with the Federal Trade Commission, as regulators examine the partners' controversial merger proposal and seek…
The National Basketball Assn. has become the first professional sports league to set up an interactive talkshow. Kick off Oct. 31, series will be available to subscribers of NBA.com TV.
Web video company Internet Pictures Corp., commonly known as iPix, recorded a net loss of $37.7 million on revenues of $17.2 million during its fiscal third quarter.
Musicians have long included hidden tracks on their CDs as an extra goodie for fans, but rocker David Bowie is taking that one step further.
Warner Music Group has pacted with digital music company Musicbank.com to offer secure downloads for Netizens who store their music online with the Netco.
Netcaster Icebox.com tapped two execs to its senior management team Tuesday.
MGM posted a 163% increase in third-quarter profit Tuesday on the strength of robust sales for DVD and video releases including the James Bond title, "The World Is Not Enough." Although the results…