Internet solutions company IXL has announced the acquisition of Los Angeles interactive media com-panies Digital Planet and Spin Cycle Entertainment, and their consolidation into a single office to…
Convergence has not only caught up to cable but, in a very real way, overtaken the medium that gave birth to Robert Pittman's MTV.
Perhaps proving that there are profits in online commerce, Ticketmaster Online sold 522,926 tickets worth $19.5 million over its Internet site during the first quarter ended April 30, 1998.
The Senate voted unanimously Thursday to approve changes to U.S. copyright law that takes the nation one step closer to ratification of an international treaty designed to make the Internet safer for…
Technicolor Film Services, London, will become only the second facility in Europe with the capacity to produce negatives and prints containing all four optical sound formats.
Computer graphics technology, which has played an increasingly important role in the entertainment industry in recent years, will star in its own movie.
The American Film Institute and technology giant Intel Corp. have announced an enhanced television production workshop designed to help professional TV writers and producers explore the creative and…
Mitchell Praver has been named senior veepee of new media for National Geographic Ventures.
Two Internet sites are out of business, at least temporarily, after the Recording Industry Assn. of America won federal court orders that shut down the sites for breaking copyright laws.
Scripter Geoff Rodkey, the former "National Lampoon" editor who sold the "Lab Rats" pitch to Universal last fall, has sold another comic idea, this one to Interscope Communications.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures