In a surprise consent judgment Tuesday, MP3.com agreed to pay Universal Music Group compensatory damages of $53.4 million for copyright infringement -- far less than the $118 million to $250 million…
Yahoo! Movies has launched a directory to provide Netizens with a place to locate thousands of short films to view online. The portal has inked a deal with Netcasters AtomFilms, FilmFilm, Hypnotic…
The European Audiovisual Observatory, an EU funded data gatherer, has launched a free database on admissions to pics released in 34 Euro countries.
Throwing its hat in the wireless ring, Sony Pictures Digital Entertainment has inked a deal with PacketVideo Corp. to distribute several of Sony's digital properties via Packet's wireless streaming…
Scour.com may find itself the prize in a bidding war today as relatively unknown CenterSpan is looking to outbid Listen.com for the controversial digital entertainment search service.
The news just keeps getting worse for Hollywood Entertainment, especially for many of the staffers at the Portland, Ore.-based video retailer.
Troubled CMGI is getting out of online entertainment -- it is to shutter iCast.com in January unless it can find a buyer.
MP3.com is getting sued -- again. The embattled music downloading/digital locker service has been slapped with a class-action suit in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California by…
Interactive television company ACTV on Friday reported a net loss of $7.6 million for the third quarter of 2000, compared with a loss of $4.6 million for the same time period in 1999.
Internet consultancy Razorfish has tapped Ysette Witteveen as director of strategy for its Los Angeles office.
Kim Peirce, Christine Vachon and Nancy Savoca are among filmmakers inked to participate in gURL.com's Movers, Shakers and Media Makers Film Festival Nov. 16-21 at the East Village's Pioneer Theater.