Santa Monica-based Launch Media Thursday announced a joint venture with Yahoo! Japan, Softbank Publishing and Tokyo Broadcasting System to provide musicvideos over the Internet in Japan.
Film Roman, the animation house responsible for "The Simpsons" and "King of the Hill," has launched an Internet network called LEVEL13.net.
The new digital content subsidiary of Paradise Music & Entertainment will act as the exclusive producer for the Netcast of the Yahoo! Internet Life Online Film Festival.
Reelplay.com, an online market for media buyers and sellers, has secured over $4.5 million in second-round financing.
Kevin Tsujihara, Warner Bros. senior vice president of strategic planning and development, was tapped Monday to lead the company's new-media division.
Looking to ensure that the studio's array of digital content units are in synch as all manner of electronic media continue to converge, Sony Pictures Entertainment is putting all its digital…
Jeff Sagansky, president and CEO of Pax TV, has joined the board of directors of Fandom Inc., a Web service dedicated to the interests of sci-fi, fantasy and horror aficionados.
Microsoft officially jumped into the videogame-console battle Friday with the announcement of X-Box, a system that is intended to compete with Sony's Playstation 2 and Sega's Dreamcast.
Streaming-media technology from Internet broadcaster iBeam Broadcasting Corp. will be made available to users of America Online Inc. as part of an agreement announced Wednesday.
Microsoft will finally weigh in with its own videogame system in the fall of 2001.
Dave Bartis has ankled his position as head of 3 Arts Television to team with filmmaker Doug Liman ("Swingers," "Go") and Upstart Ventures prexy Elizabeth Hamburg on a content development and…