A panel of Gotham Internet leaders quickly found themselves participating in a spirited game of "justify your existence" at a New York New Media Assn. roundtable in the East Village on Tuesday night.
Filmgroup, the British video-on-demand company, has become the latest high-tech player to cancel its IPO because of adverse stock market conditions while Chello, the broadband ISP, has indefinitely…
Turner Broadcasting System has inked two separate deals for its Spanish- and Portuguese-lingo Web sites with portals UOL and AOL Latam.
Simon & Schuster, which affirmed its commitment to e-publishing two weeks ago with the release of several free downloadable "Star Trek" titles, has just unveiled its next major e-publishing venture.
Producers Ivan Gulas ("Bruno") and Christopher Eberts ("Driven") have teamed together to form new-media studio MirageQuest Entertainment.
Seven movie theater chains that got together to create an online ticketing service early this year have given the venture a name, Fandango, and expect to announce a CEO and a decision on corporate…
Digital technology company Burst.com has tapped former Lucasfilm Games exec Douglas Glen as prexy. San Francisco-based Burst provides proprietary software to Web sites that enable video and audio…
One in every two Dutch households tuned into the final episode of "The Bus," a fly-on-the-wall entertainment show from Holland's wacky format factory Endemol that ended late June 5 with winner…
While early entertainment Netcasters have been KO'd in attempts at original programming on the Internet, a clutch of new high-profile dot-coms are suiting up for round two.
Eddie Lambert has ankled his post as senior director of music licensing at EMI-Capitol Music to join online production studio SmashCast as the Netco's chief music officer, it was announced Tuesday.
Mel Gibson will talk about the making of the Oscar-winning "Braveheart" on a newly recorded audio track that's part of a DVD special edition of the pic to be released Aug. 29 by Paramount Home Video.