Sci-fi, horror and fantasy dot com Fandom Inc. has inked a pact with Neurotrash.com to create original programming for the Gen-Y Netcaster. Under terms of the deal, both Los Angeles-based companies…
FasTV.com has slowed to a crawl. The Los Angeles-based Netcaster laid off 79 people Friday, leaving prexy and chief financial officer Tim Winter as the sole remaining paid employee.
Peter Lund, former prexy and CEO of CBS, has joined the advisory board of DotTV. Pasadena-based Idealab recently formed the company as a registrar of Internet domain names that end in .tv instead of…
Streaming media player iBeam Broadcasting Corp. has acquired Server-Side Technologies Inc., a Los Angeles-based provider of secure digital media hosting and rights management services for $3 million…
A.J. Peralta has joined digital rights management venture Digital Brandcasting Corp. as prexy. He will report to DBC chairman Ken Hertz. DBC develops and manages the Web efforts of artists that…
Interactive TV service provider OpenTV has tapped Sharon H. Brown as chief marketing officer, a newly created post.
Gaining a major entree to the lucrative college market, Tickets.com has inked a pact with Campus Pipeline, making it the official online ticket seller of more than 550 universities across the country.
"We're not going to lose," Recording Industry Assn. of America (RIAA) prexy-CEO Hilary Rosen told Daily Variety Wednesday, responding to the opposition brief that Napster filed in San Francisco…
Gotham-based Netcaster Centerseat has inked a deal with wireless distrib ActiveSky to make its programming available on handheld devices.
The MTVi Group has named six new veeps to its executive team. Three of those tapped are insiders: Joe Ortiz, previously director of marketing at VH1.com, was upped to veepee of marketing and…