In a major restructuring of its News Digital Media unit, News Corp. will relinquish control of its Fox-branded news, sports and entertainment Web sites, returning the reins to its TV counterparts.
Last year, optimistic estimations of broadband adoption encouraged online entertainment companies to invest millions of dollars in Web programming. Despite consumer interest in high-speed…
Sci-fi, fantasy and horror entertainment venture Fandom laid off 37 people, 20% of its staff.
While we've been sitting in front of our television screens, waiting for convergence, the revolution is already happening on the streets. Wireless technology and cool mobile devices have integrated…
It was in Miss Collins' sixth grade class that I first got interested in deciphering song lyrics. A child of the '60s, Miss Collins was all flowing hair, billowing scarves and big-bell Levi's. She…
The new economy is increasingly being targeted by what many perceive to be a distinctly old economy phenomena: organized labor.
Like most promises coming out of Washington, this one sounded like a pretty good idea. Back in 1989, the U.S. Congress held its first hearings on ways to stimulate the growth of a new television…
Artist groups say the new European Union copyright directive does not provide enough protection for their work in the digital environment.
TF1 Video has slipped into the top notch of the French video market with the release of its revenue figures for the year 2000.
CBS has an eye on its Web sites again: Last week Viacom became the third major media company over the past two months to restructure its online businesses, handing control of its network-branded…
A troubled Stan Lee Media filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Friday, saying that it plans to solicit offers from one or more buyers interested in recapitalizing Stan Lee or acquiring its…