Mellow Manor Prods., organizer of the touring "Spike & Mike" classic and twisted animation festivals, has paired up with Netcaster IFilm to exclusively broadcast its collection of shorts online.
Trimark's online venture CinemaNow has acquired 'Net streaming rights to 400 films from leading Hong Kong-based distrib Tai Seng Video.
Platinum Entertainment plans to offer its entire music catalog free for digital download on a new Web site, HeardOn.com.
New Line Cinema is posting on the Web a film trailer for its upcoming pic "Final Destination."
Global Film School, a new educational program backed by top entertainment institutions in Australia, London and Los Angeles, will launch next year.
America Online-owned Spinner.com has bowed a free downloadable music service, offering more than 1,400 tracks from AOL partners, including Emusic.com and DreamWorks Records.
Rupert Murdoch's already strained relationship with Australia's conservative government has hit a new low.
Frank Biondi Jr. further broadened his stake in the Internet Tuesday, investing in and joining the board of Yack.com, an Internet guide to live online events.
Yahoo! Internet Life magazine will team with several Web sites to host an Internet film festival during Oscar week.
Unwilling to pay $10 million to purchase Web site barrydiller.com, Barry Diller and his USA Networks has instead asked for more than $10 million for privacy and trademark violations against three…
An NC-17 rated episode of "The Simpsons" sounds ridiculous, but may get the greenlight on the 'Net -- thanks to Film Roman's Saturday launch of online animated network Level13.net.