Joseph Tedeschi has joined the Shooting Gallery's interactive division as co-prexy, working alongside Joseph DiMartino.
Hollywood is bracing for a political firestorm upon the release today of a Federal Trade Commission report charging that the entertainment industry purposefully markets violent, adult programming to…
Hell hath no fury like a Napster user scorned. In the wake of the judgment against MP3.com, a computer hacker who operates under the name of "Pimpshiz" went on a cyber-vandalism rampage, inserting…
Oh, those cybergeeks will do anything for a date. Online dating service SocialNet.com's CEO Liz Kalodner will enter the cyber singles scene in search of a mate. On Thursday, Kalodner's profile will…
Digital Creative Development Corp. has inked a distribution deal with Netcaster Heavy.com, home to "Behind the Music that Sucks," which in one episode features an animated version of crooner Tom…
SGI has sold 500 graphics workstations to Walt Disney Feature Animation.
Sapient, a Cambridge, Mass.-based Internet consulting outfit, will try to boost its image in Hollywood as the presenting sponsor for the British Academy of Film & Television Arts Los Angeles' 10th…
Starting next month, DreamWorks Records will include tracks from its artists preloaded on digital music players manufactured by S3's Rio division.
GetMusic.com is launching a feature that will allow Netizens to create musicvids to songs by major-labels artists, including Everclear, Hanson, Busta Rhymes and Sonic Youth.
Granada Media has teamed with soccer club Arsenal, one of the top teams in the U.K.'s premier league, receiving a 5% stake in the club in return for an investment of £47 million ($71 million).
Artisan Entertainment aims to close on a $150 million securities deal involving its homevid library by mid-October, then launch its long-discussed initial public offering just after the…