The number of homes with TiVo digital video recording machines doubled over the holidays, pushing fourth-quarter revenues for the San Jose-based company up 40% over the third quarter to $1.4 million.
Arrow Entertainment has not acquired all offline rights to digital broadcast network Heavy.com‘s library of original programming. Information was incorrect in the Jan. 19 paper.
Napster fans better hurry up and download all the free songs they want. Company will reportedly bow a paid subscription service this summer, although execs with the file-swapping company and…
French vidgame publisher Infogrames completed its $100 million cash and stock acquisition of Hasbro Interactive and Web site Games.com on Monday.
On2.com, which specializes in providing television-quality streaming video over the Internet and to consumer electronic devices, has closed a $2 million round of financing with Abanat Ltd. Investor…
AsSeenIn.com has inked a deal with Carsey-Werner Prods. to feature the sets and wardrobe from the company's TV shows, including "That '70s Show," "3rd Rock From the Sun" and "Grounded for Life" on…
The New Yorker, once the sleepiest of Conde Nast glossies, is boldly entering the digital age.
The National Assn. of Broadcasters has asked a federal court to overturn a new U.S. copyright rule requiring broadcasters to pay additional royalties for music streamed over the Internet.
SportsLine.com Monday unveiled a multiyear e-commerce partnership with Barry Diller's USA Networks Inc. making USA the exclusive operator for CBS SportsLine.com's online store. Deal is a nod to…
Walt Disney said Monday it will shutter long-struggling portal Go.com and refocus Internet efforts on the individual Web sites of its studio properties, theme parks and stores. CFO Tom Staggs said…
Walt Disney will convert all Disney Internet Group into conventional Disney stock as the Mouse House abandons its Go.com portal strategy. Some 400 pinkslips will fly, the Burbank-based conglom said.