Scour, the troubled online search service for digital entertainment files, has found itself a buyer to stay afloat. The Los Angeles-based company, which filed for bankruptcy protection last month…
Online sci-fi, fantasy and horror venture Fandom.com has acquired bi-monthly entertainment genre mag Cinescape and its affiliated Web ventures in an undisclosed deal.
Most studios try to keep insider info about their upcoming big pics off of the Internet. Not Paramount Pictures. The studio has partnered with Land Rover and Real Networks to present "Tomb Raider…
Universal Pictures and Hypnotic.com are hosting an online casting call for "American Pie 2."
The Beatles are going here, there and everywhere online by bowing an official Web site, appropriately called TheBeatles.com, on Nov. 13. Paul, George, Ringo and Yoko have all contributed to the site…
Universal Music Group has pacted with Canal Plus U.S. Technologies to roll out, by the end of the year, an interactive television initiative that focuses on music.
Netcaster iFilm.com has tapped former Sony Pictures Entertainment exec Don Meek as senior veepee for sales.
ABC News has established a new technology and Internet unit and named John Yang technology correspondent.
Ask anyone in the feature animation field what is needed for a successful film and the answer comes mantra-like: great stories and compelling characters. But a mixed b.o. record for the year so far…
In a deal valued at approximately $56 million, Shooting Gallery chairman-CEO Larry Meistrich will sell some 80% of his company's client and production service businesses to itemus. Buyer is a…
Spinner/Nullsoft general manager Josh Felser has ankled his post at the America Online division, company spokeswoman Ann Burkart confirmed Tuesday.