Walt Disney Internet Group and Compaq Computer inked a three-year, $100 million deal in which the computer manufacturer will become the Mouse House's preferred technology provider in exchange for…
Thirsty.com bowed in July with the backing of Handprint Entertainment, the production company of helmer Jeff Pollack ("Lost & Found," "Booty Call") and Benny Medina, co-producer of "The Fresh Prince…
Chris Howe has been tapped chief technology officer of online sci-fi, horror and fantasy venture Fandom, while Tom Watkin has joined the company as senior veep of its newly launched auctions division.
The future of digital distribution is for sale and German media conglomerate Bertelsmann has its pocketbook wide open. With last year's launch of the first worldwide digital services division, a…
Advertising, development, syndication and subscription. The seeds have been planted for profitability, but all of these business plans are facing a dot-comeuppance. The basic problem? Nobody can…
B-to-B solution provider Creative Planet has received $30 million in financing from the United News & Media PLC, a London-based media and market information company.
Broadband Sports, the site that bills itself as "a media company of, by and for serious sports fans" recently told 50 employees, or 20% of its staff, to hit the showers.
Online movie ticketing service Fandango has tapped Eden Warner veep of finance to oversee the company's business strategy.
It was 1996. Web sites had not yet become a required tool for advertising new releases, nor was there a such a thing as a dot-com economy. A U. of Michigan student, Ming Chen, decided he wanted to…
IFilm recently laid off 15 people, approximately 10% of its staff. Pinkslips were handed out across a number of divisions in order to cut back on the burn rate.
The Internet industry woke up Friday morning with a brand new Netcaster: After weeks of rumors, Shockwave.com and AtomFilms.com have merged operations, a move being viewed as the first of several…