The Turner Classic Movies cable network and Internet streaming-media programmer Broadcast.com will team Tuesday to air several classic films and specials on their Web sites, the first being…
American Interactive Media has inked a deal with Dick Clark's United Stations Radio Network to syndicate its online comedy programming broadcast through its 24-hour ComedyNet Web site to 2,500…
Two days before it will be officially released, a White House-sponsored report on the obligations of broadcasters in the digital age has divided public interest groups.
Former General Instrument VP Robert M. Rast has joined Dolby Laboratories as vice president, electronic media.
Delegates to next year's ShoWest will get a taste of the huge strides made in electronic projection equipment in recent months.
Scrambling to set up shop before its competitors do, online retailer DVD Express on Tuesday announced it has inked a $5.3 million real estate and content pact with Internet search engine Infoseek, as…
In its latest step to reinvent itself as a pan-Latino media giant, Venezuela's Cisneros Group of Cos. (CGC) has pacted with America Online Inc. to launch a dedicated Internet service for Latin…
Capping months of behind-the-scenes talks between record labels, technology firms and consumer electronics companies, the Recording Industry Assn. of America launched Tuesday the Secure Digital Music…
Record usage and expansion of services will be announced today by MovieFone Inc. The country's largest movie listing and ticketing service is projecting a 30% overall boost in the number of calls and…
The Walt Disney Co. and Infoseek on Monday gave an early go to their new Internet portal by launching a test version of their Go Network search engine, skedded to officially launch next year.
Internet advertisers will spend $2 billion in 1999, a staggering 100% gain over the $1 billion they ponied up this year.