The Federal Trade Commission is likely to delay a vote on the AOL/Time Warner merger for several more weeks, pending final negotiations over concessions demanded by the government.
Liberate Technologies has launched a $50 million venture capital subsid that will focus on investment opportunities in interactive television.
Flipside.com, a subsid of Havas Interactive and VivendiNet, has created online games for New Line Home Video's "Frequency'' and "The Cell.''
While many dot-coms are running out of cash, media company Tribe has shored up its finances by raising A$17 million ($6.8 million) in its second round of funding.
MTVi has upped Elinor Hirschhorn to the newly formed position of general manager of MTV.com where she will oversee online content and commerce development.
TV and Internet veteran Luis Velo has been named CEO of Spain's biggest commercial broadcaster, Antena 3 (A3).
The Romp has inked a deal with U.K.-based Channel 4 Television to syndicate two shows, "Booty Call'' and "Those F---ing Animals'' to the station's official Web site.
Stan Lee Media was whacked again Tuesday, with selloffs of the Web animation company's stock continuing and execs still searching for a clear reason.
Talk about a good news, bad news kind of day: On Tuesday Icebox.com announced that one of its Web toons will be the first to make the jump to a major network -- but the Netco also revealed that it…
Video-on-demand company Intertainer has pacted with Cisco Systems to develop technology that will allow cable operators to stream video to digital set-top boxes.