Blaming debts on its previous management, Entertainment Internet Inc., parent of online casting service CastNet.com, recently filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
With final agreement on a digital copy-protection system still pending, studio types cast a wary eye on the recordable DVD systems, digital VCRs and growing number of cable and satellite set-top…
Over the past 18 months, many entertainment execs left their posts in traditional entertainment for startups, but now, as Netcos close and the pink slips pile up, many of these people are trying to…
German director Marc-Andreas Bochert's poignant 14-minute short "Kleingold" has been floating on top of AtomFilms most popular charts recently. Not surprisingly, this little gem was nominated for a…
Canuck telecom giant BCE announced Tuesday that the deal to create Bell Globemedia by merging BCE, the CTV network and national newspaper the Globe & Mail has been finalized.
Running out of loot is no laughing matter. Just ask cartoon Netco Dotcomix. The company recently laid off its staff and ceased operations after its venture capital ran dry. The company reportedly…
Oh, those wacky Netizens. A "Lord of the Rings" fan who couldn't wait for New Line to post the pic's teaser trailer on the Web Friday decided to videotape the trailer and post it online over the…
According to a report by Jim Nail at Forrester Research, companies should expect to triple their expenditure for email marketing by 2004 simply because many believe it will be the most effective way…
Now that he's pulled off the rare trick of losing the popular vote while managing to win the White House, George W. Bush becomes the first Republican to assume the presidency since the arrival of the…
SportsLine.com has inked a multiyear contract with the National Basketball Assn. that gives the sports Web site access to video highlights and use of league and team logos.
Venice-based digital studio and syndicator WireBreak recently let go a little over half its staff. WireBreak reportedly employed about 45 people.