New Line Cinema has teamed with RealNames Corp. to market their upcoming films with the company’s simplified Web address program. Instead of typing in a traditional URL (www.thirteen-days.com)…
Netizens are the dream moviegoer -- endlessly loyal, with enough expendable income to cough up the coin to see a movie several times. Appropriately then, the Internet allows studios to take advantage…
There are certain shows such as "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart" and "South Park," that lend themselves beautifully to online explorations. Not only are their target auds tech-savvy, but the…
Animation vets David Burke and Eli Balser have bowed StickyFlicks.com, a site that will feature Webtoons developed by Bill Schwab ("Beavis and Butthead,") Kelly Armstrong ("Ren & Stimpy") and Greg…
Internet content company Digital Creative Development Corp. has inked a deal to acquire the rights to CineBlast Prods.' library of more than 20 indie pics.
A song on MP3.com that revealed fragments of the computer code used to break the encryption on DVDs was removed by the Internet company, which believes it may have been subject to legal action if the…
U.K. rights group Chorion is partnering with L.A.-based animation studio SD Entertainment to produce "Make Way for Noddy," a $15 million kids TV series.
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.