Dot-com company buys old-school broadcast conglom and all people see are board meetings with sleep-deprived, goateed 25-year-olds battling pinstriped geezers for control of the company. Enough…
Leading Japanese videogame makers Sega Enterprises and Square Co. announced alliances with communications companies Monday in anticipation of tough competish from Sony's new PlayStation console.
George Lucas' vidgame arm LucasArts Entertainment said Monday it will create a series of titles for the Sega Dreamcast vidgame console, with the first, "Star Wars: Episode I Racer," to be released…
Hungry for some Wall Street Web dollars of its own, nature show cabler Discovery Communications today is expected to announce plans to create an Internet division, backed by $500 million over the…
CheckOut.com is expected to announce today that it has paired up with Launch Media in a two-year deal that makes it the exclusive music, homevideo and vidgames e-tailer for the Internet music service.
Attempting to target every music fan on the Web from heavy metal headbangers to techno tuners, Enigma Digital has been rolling out the first of 15 dot-coms it plans to incubate in the coming year…
Grupo Televisa has inked a deal with Sony to test its digital TV technology.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit lifted a stay Thursday and reinstated a preliminary injunction that forces the Mouse House to pull Go.com's green and yellow traffic light logo from…
Internet incubator eCompanies is expected to announce today its first entertainment Web site, Icebox.com, which will broadcast a slate of original animated shows online created by scribes and…
Video Research, the ratings agency used by Japan's commercial TV broadcasters, has developed a system for monitoring up to 1,000 digital satellite channels.
LoadTV has inked a deal with Comedy Central, giving the Internet TV broadcaster exclusive online rights to original programming based on the cabler's "Comics Come Home" TV special airing in February.