Thirsty.com has washed out. Co-chairman and CEO Jeff Pollack announced Friday that the site would shut down, and 30 employees would be let go. Signs of Thirsty's closure were obvious, when most of…
In a shift of its business model, NationalLampoon.com is moving toward syndication and pacting with Netcaster Neurotrash to provide content for its English and German-language sites.
StudioCanal has struck a deal with Japanese videogame giant Namco for co-development and worldwide distribution of the game based on the French company's upcoming animated movie "Axis." Deal was…
Multimedia company Primedia has tapped Fred Seibert to oversee its teen Internet initiative and aggregate all its teen brands, including Seventeen Magazine, to one online destination.
Gaming site Uproar.com on Friday announced that it lost $11.9 million during the third quarter, on $8.45 million in revenues.
Modo has gone the way of the dodo. The wireless pager-like device from Scout Electromedia, a company backed by incubator Idealab!, gave up the ghost the day before its L.A. launch party.
MediaTrip.com has bowed its "George Clinton Will Do Your Demo" contest that puts one winner in a recording studio with producer George Clinton of Parliament and Funkadelic fame.
The Directors Guild of America has reached a tentative four-year contract agreement with commercial producers that includes Internet coverage for the first time.
Rogers Communications subsid Rogers Cable has signed a three-year broadcasting license agreement with California-based interactive TV company Wink Communications.
Stan Lee Media pacted with USA Interactive Entertainment's SciFi.com to netcast 12 Webisodes of "The Drifter" next year.