Warner Bros. said Tuesday it plans to brand its films' directors online through individual Web sites, with the first devoted to Renny Harlin, whose shark thriller "Deep Blue Sea" opens today.
The interactive television service industry, driven by players like DirecTV to OpenTV, could generate $5 billion in sales by 2006, according to a new study released Monday by Silicon Valley-based…
Former Universal Studios Home Video exec Gregg Schoenborn has joined Web-based video-on-demand service Tranz-Send Broadcasting Network to head its ClickMovie.com site as veep, business development.
Brazil's two largest multi-system operators have announced the launch of Internet access services through their cable networks.
CheckOut.com has yet to open its doors, but the soon-to-launch e-tailer has inked a deal becoming Entertainment Blvd. Inc.'s exclusive merchant of music, videos and games.
Entertainment industry assistants, hoping to work their way up into exec posts, have a new networking tool on the 'Net.
Big Entertainment has tapped Donna Freed as exec VP to head its new strategic marketing group for its Hollywood.com entertainment Web site subsidiary.
CBS on Thursday said it will buy 20% of online pharmacy Rx.com for $37.5 million worth of advertising and promotion on CBS' properties over the next four years.
Columbia TriStar Interactive has pacted with Internet software developer ThingWorld.com in a move geared to protect its brands while driving potential consumers to its Web sites.
Creative Artists Agency has signed Interactive Pictures Corp. in hopes of making the company's interactive photo and video software a major player in Hollywood.
Cabler Fox Kids Network said Tuesday it will begin broadcasting multipath movies created by Internet programmer Brilliant Digital Entertainment Inc. on its popular Web site, beginning this fall.