Despite all of their smarts, infectious self-confidence and seemingly instant successes, even entertainment dot-comers, the new celebs of the digital economy, can get a little star struck. Nowhere is…
Pseudo Programs (www.pseudo.com) recently made some real changes, trimming their staff and redesigning their business plans to streamline programming and distribution costs. The Gotham-based company…
Although the Orange Project bills itself as a "digital studio and entertainment network" that creates television-style shows to air initially on the Internet, they are careful to distance themselves…
Volume.com has been emitting mixed signals. Though the site has yet to launch, the company laid off about 30% of its workforce, letting 20 editors and producers go. Though many would view the layoffs…
As it broadens its online entertainment offerings, iCast is realizing it needs staffers with an entertainment background to make things work.
An ecclectic array of e-publishers has blossomed online in recent years. But until last week, no major traditional house has trotted out a full line of e-books.
Broadband Interactive Group has inked a television distribution deal with media group Extreme Intl., formerly operating as X Dream Intl. Under the terms of the agreement, Extreme will distribute 200…
Online radio service Spike has pacted with the RIAA to create streaming radio services that fall under the purview of the org's desired copyright protections.
After nearly nine months of revamping and retooling its flagship Internet portal, Disney is unveiling the latest incarnation of Go.com today.
FCC commissioner Gloria Tristani convinced the agency Thursday to postpone its general inquiry on open access until it completes a review of the AOL/Time Warner merger currently on its plate.