The Recording Industry Assn. of America's hiring of former Montana governor Marc Racicot is part of a mammoth campaign to win over congressional leadership on copyright.
In an ongoing effort to turn around its money-losing new-media division, the Walt Disney Internet Group said Monday that it has axed an additional 135 staffers, with pinkslips affecting mostly…
Banking that the efficiency of the Internet will translate to more revenue, Universal Studios Consumer Products Group has inked a two-year deal with RightsLine that will enable the studio to manage…
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Entertainment Web consulting and production firm KPE has tapped Jonathan Molod, Matthew Azar and Peter Newton for key positions in the company's Gotham headquarters.
Black Entertainment Television, a subsid of Viacom, will bow a new half-hour musicvid program March 5.
Hoping for a big break in the entertainment industry, Boston-based digital rights managers Digital Media On Demand will open a branch office in Los Angeles, offering its brand of encryption…
In an effort to focus more attention on its consumer-friendly assets, iFilm said Monday that it has restructured its relationships with entertainment industry databases Film Finders and TV Tracker…
Artisan Entertainment has picked up video distribution rights to Mattel's recently announced video premiere title "Barbie in the Nutcracker."
Stephen J. Killeen has been tapped as the U.S. prexy of Terra Lycos, the Internet powerhouse owned by Spanish telecommunications giant Telefonica.
News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch confirmed Tuesday the media conglom's continuing negotiations to acquire DirecTV, but the silver-maned mogul jokingly added that he hopes not to waste too much of his…
Adding to its already formidable lineup of political heavy hitters, The Recording Industry Assn. of America has tapped ex-Montana governor and close George W. Bush confidante Marc Racicot to be an…