Netcaster the TheThreshold.com on Monday unveiled a slate of 30 new programs that will bow this fall, including shows from Jerry Springer, Tom Arnold and Stephen Baldwin.
Neurotrash.com has inked a syndication deal with Web programming producer Mondo Media to license a slate of original Webisodic shows, including Honkworm Intl.'s "Fish Bar" series.
Music site MP3.com is making a move offline.
Parents may soon be able to rent "Free Willy" for free at Hollywood Video stores.
Streaming-video service Microcast has inked a deal with MGM to stream three-minute clips from 100 of the studio's movies, including "Some Like It Hot," "Rocky" and "The Birdcage," at www.mgm.com.
Six months after teaming with Microsoft, Netcaster Intertainer has made another alliance with a big-name tech firm, pacting with Akamai Technologies to bolster the infrastructure of its site.
Florida-based Web site developer WebStream has announced the launch of SteveHarvey.com.
The USC School of Cinema-Television has received gifts of more than $1 million from Creative Artists Agency, David and Elizabeth Kirschner and others for its Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts…
Blockbuster is targeting Netizens in a marketing program that could be coming this fall to a mailbox and computer near you.
AT&T Broadband has struck its first deal with Philips Electronics to buy at least 1 million advanced digital set-top boxes over three years beginning next year. The companies have also formed an…