Video and computer games publisher Activision said Monday that it will acquire Gray Matter Interactive Studios, best known for creating the current hit PC game "Return to Castle Wolfenstein."
Online media-licensing company RightsLine has tapped Lise Schneider as acting chief financial officer and Gayle Dickie as regional veep of sales.
Ecast, which distribs music, games, movies and other entertainment to Internet-powered jukeboxes inside public venues, such as restaurants and bars, has inked music-licensing agreements with BMG…
Listen.com has scored its third big licensing deal for major label music in a week, winning the rights to Sony Music Entertainment's digitized song catalog for the netco's Rhapsody music subscription…
Intertainer has upped Chris Dorr to senior VP of programming at the broadband-based video-on-demand company.
In Demand has entered into an agreement with DreamWorks for video-on-demand (VOD) rights to 2001 pics and certain library titles. Company also has extended its pay-per-view deal with the studio.
Industrial Light & Magic has been tapped to create the f/x for "Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines." The San Francisco-based studio, which created the Oscar-winning visuals for "Terminator 2…
Since most companies cleaned up their dot-com messes or launched major electronic consumer devices in 2001, much of 2002 will include evolutionary and less revolutionary activity:
Consolidation and cost-cutting were the name of the technology game in 2001, as companies tried to lick their wounds from the triple whammy of a weak economy, fears of strikes by writers and actors…
After months of delay, embattled online music pioneer Napster finally is ready to go legit. Netco, which went on hiatus last summer after a court feud with the major labels, today plans to launch a…
Will consumers want their MTV computer? The music cabler said Wednesday it is building a PC for 18- to 24-year-olds that includes a TV and radio tuner, DVD player and CD burner.
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