Primedia magazine and Internet group prexy-CEO John Loughlin has been named exec VP at Primedia Inc., publisher of Seventeen, New York magazine and Modern Bride.
Troy D. Dow has been named to the position of counsel, technology and new media, of the Motion Picture Assn. of America.
Digital video recording service TiVo, Inc. is launching an interactive TV program this month that will also incorporate short films from Netcaster iFilm.
Seven movie theater chains that got together to create an online ticketing service early this year have given the venture a name, Fandango, and expect to announce a CEO and a decision on corporate…
Digital technology company Burst.com has tapped former Lucasfilm Games exec Douglas Glen as prexy. San Francisco-based Burst provides proprietary software to Web sites that enable video and audio…
The digital distribution of films is expected to take a major historic step forward today as 20th Century Fox and Internet equipment giant Cisco Systems Inc. distribute "Titan AE" from Los Angeles to…
German media giant Bertelsmann has launched the Bertelsmann e-commerce group, tapping ex-AOL Europe chief Andreas Schmidt to oversee the new division, which will be headquartered in Hamburg and New…
The National Basketball Assn., which is beefing up its NBA.com Web site, has signed a multiyear deal with America Online.
Stepping into the production game, actor Michael Rapaport ("Small Time Crooks") has formed Release Entertainment, together with former development exec Michael Lindenbaum, to create a slate of films…
British Telecommunications has tapped the William Morris Agency to handle its entertainment content acquisition strategy for newly formed Netcasting offering BT Openworld.
NBC launched Monday a Web site dedicated to providing programming information, demo data and NBC-audience analyses to help advertisers plan their Peacock media buys.