As vain as it can be, Hollywood didn't appreciate the affection it received Thursday as the "I Love You" computer virus shut down entire e-mail systems across the entertainment industry and around…
Former German telecommunications monopoly Deutsche Telekom is gearing up for TV and radio on the Internet.
Metallica has entered the second round of its legal battle with popular Internet file-sharing program Napster.
The Hollywood NetAwards ceremony will take place at the Sunset Room in Hollywood on Aug. 2.
Neurotrash.com has inked a content deal with management production outfit Berg-Saccani Entertainment, which has a first-look deal at Universal, to create youth-skewing original programming for the…
Beleaguered e-tailer CDNow announced a net loss of $37.8 million for the first quarter Wednesday and unveiled a new operating plan that the company estimates will save it $12 million per quarter.
Sony Music Entertainment and Universal Music Group have launched a joint venture to develop a subscription-based service enabling users to access music and video content via the Internet to PCs…
Hollywood.com has launched Broadway.com, a Web site created to tap into the $3 billion worldwide live theater biz.
E! Online has clinched a pact with Australian-based entertainment and online company Tribe, allowing both groups to access each other's content.
WorldGate Communications has agreed to provide its broadband Internet service to Mexican cabler Cablevision's digital subs.
Welcome to the Internet era: Go.com, the Web and direct marketing wing of the Mouse House, beat analysts' expectations on Tuesday by reporting a net loss of $292 million for the second quarter ended…