In March, Hollywood Stock Exchange reportedly doled out $2.5 million for their Academy Awards party at the House of Blues. This fall, they probably wish they hadn't.
Endeavor has signed New York-based Internet production venture Interactive Consortium, creator of popular Web show "I Bet You Will," which bowed online in June.
Kodak-backed f/x shop Cinesite (Warner Bros.' upcoming "Red Planet," Sony's "The 6th Day," New Line's "13 Days") has tapped Ralph Denson production manager.
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…
Former music exec Art Jaeger has been tapped executive veepee of business development for low-cost Internet technology provider MyTurn.com.
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…
To probably nobody's surprise, Scour.com has filed for bankruptcy reorganization.
Granada Media has joined with U.K. drugstore chain Boots to form an Internet and broadband TV company dedicated to health and beauty.
Latino sports channel Pan-american Sports Network (PSN) has launched sister Web site PSN.com.
America Online said Time Warner chief financial officer Joseph Ripp will hold the same job at the AOL unit inside a merged AOL Time Warner. Ripp, who also has an exec veep title, will report to AOL…
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…