Todito.com, the Internet portal half-owned by TV Azteca, has forged a strategic alliance with Elektra, one of Latin American's leading retail chains.
After market tremors among high-tech stocks, video-on-demand Webcaster Yes will slash its valuation by around 25% to £460 million ($690 million) as it goes public in London in late May.
The Financial Times is planting its flag atop the Gotham skyline today. It's the third anniversary of the U.S. edition of the pink British broadsheet, which has jumped in circulation from 35,000 to…
DEN is trying again. The Gen Y-targeted Netcaster hopes its revamped site, launching today with more branded entertainment, will help it climb out of the red and gain cool points among its many…
In his keynote address Thursday at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, America Online prexy and chief operating officer Bob Pittman expounded on a decidedly low-tech adage when it comes to business in…
Former Televisa execs Guillermo and Jose Canedo White have launched a Spanish and Portuguese-lingo Internet portal.
EMI Recorded Music will begin using digital downloads to sell more than 100 albums and more than 40 associated singles through online retailers, beginning July 1. Among the artists involved in this…
Already inside most home computers, Intel soon hopes to add power to most entertainment programming broadcast over the Web.
The nine-minute short film parody "George Lucas in Love" is outselling Lucas' "Star Wars: Episode 1 -- The Phantom Menace" on Amazon.com.
In its most recent online marketing move, Artisan Entertainment has inked a deal with StreamSearch.com to distribute multimedia promotional content from the studio to Netizens. Visitors to the…
Director Michael Winterbottom and his producing partner Andrew Eaton are teaming up with Michael Kuhn, former president of Polygram Filmed Entertainment, to launch a Web site design company, Resolve…