News Corp. said Thursday that it will begin outsourcing its Internet operations to Loudcloud, giving it control of the technology that runs the Fox-branded news, sports and entertainment Web sites.
The Walt Disney Internet Group has inked a deal with SeaRainbow Holding Corp to feature Disney.com and Disney's Blast content online in China.
A new report reveals that computer users who convert from narrowband to high-speed broadband Internet connections spend 35% more time online in entertainment-related activities, particularly gaming…
The chief exec of TPS, France's second digital platform, said Wednesday that operating profits for 2000 were up compared to 1999, but the company is expected to stay in the red until 2001.
If some Netcos' enthusiasm can translate into viable businesses, Web-based ticket sales could prove a valuable catalyst to future box office growth. At a panel discussion on the topic Thursday, reps…
George Stevens Jr. confided prior to a recent rare theatrical screening of "The Greatest Story Ever Told" that he hoped his father's massive rendition of the life of Christ might yet one day find its…
Yahoo! is in search of a new CEO as Tim Koogle said Wednesday that he will ankle the post as soon as a replacement can be found.
Napster just can't seem to make its legal troubles go away: Online music company EMusic.com on Wednesday joined the laundry list of companies suing the song-swapping company for unfair competition as…
Online movie ticketing service Fandango has inked a deal with Tellme Networks to make its service available via phone lines. The announcement, made at ShoWest in Las Vegas, pits fledgling Fandango…
Digital Creative Development Corp. has tapped entertainment vet Rick Mischel as chief operating officer to oversee the company's entertainment and media initiatives. Mischel will split his time…
DietCoke.com has posted the first of 13 Webisodes of an original Internet series called "What's Your 20?" about a Hollywood production assistant struggling on a film shoot in Montana.