Brilliant Digital Entertainment has tapped several new executives: Andrew Lee, Mary Lou Hotsko, Jim Dudman, Kathy Brunette, Jason Goldberg and Doug DuMont.
The union for Hollywood animators has launched a new agreement for productions made for the Internet, becoming the third entertainment union to announce such a deal in the past three months.
Banking on the idea that more Netizens want to surf in style, browser developer NeoPlanet on Monday announced that it raised $23 million in financing and teamed with MTV.com to offer customized…
Cablevision launched its broadband service Monday, offering subscribers the Internet via their televisions and remote controls -- the first such online access in Latin America.
RespondTV has inked a deal with AT&T to supply the company's next-generation cable set-top boxes with interactive TV service software. Agreement will enable AT&T to take advantage of RespondTV's…
iFilm.com has inked an exclusive online content distribution deal with Los Angeles film, video and commercial production house Palomar Pictures.
Two Golden Harvest and Centro Digital Pictures co-productions -- the action-fantasy blockbusters "The StormRiders" and "A Man Called Hero" -- will be released on video in the U.S. later this year.
As the bursting of Wall Street's tech bubble continues to send painful ripples past online content startups, two popular Webzines have decided that there may be strength in numbers. Feed magazine and…
Internet incubator Idealab! (eToys.com, GoTo.com) has invested $16 million in animated cursor maker Comet Systems. The third round, totaling $20 million, marks Idealab!'s largest investment in a…
NBCi has licensed 20 full-length feature films from Netcaster MovieFlix.com.
Curious Pictures has begun production on nine original Internet toons for the Cartoon Network Online.