Internet advertisers will spend $2 billion in 1999, a staggering 100% gain over the $1 billion they ponied up this year.
Toymaker Hasbro Inc. has teamed with Sony Online Entertainment to launch its popular Trivial Pursuit board game on the Station, Sony's gaming Web site, Hasbro announced Monday.
It's not at all clear what AT&T's schedule is for rolling out local telephone service, even though the telco claims that offering a local dialtone is the central element of its $48 billion deal to…
The movie isn't out yet, but it's already making money on the Internet. A copy of the 2 minute and 11 second teaser trailer for the upcoming "Star Wars: Episode One -- The Phantom Menace" sold for…
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. That is what the Recording Industry Assn. of America has apparently decided after realizing it has lost the battle to control the digital delivery of music on the…
Film Roman has inked a deal with Launch Media Inc. to produce original animation and live-action content for the company's monthly CD-ROM entertainment magazine.
Europe's transition to digital technology is likely to be slower than it has been Stateside, according to a report prepared by consultants Arthur Andersen.
Disney Regional Entertainment has chosen Philadelphia as the next home for DisneyQuest, an indoor virtual-reality theme park planned for summer 2000.
BigE.com said Monday it has partnered with Hollywood Online, an independent subsidiary of the Times Mirror Co., to serve as the Web site's exclusive merchant of movie merchandise.
NetFlix.com said Friday it will stop selling DVDs through its Web site and focus more on its core Internet-based rental service. Potential DVD buyers will instead be directed to Amazon.com's site, as…
Palm Computing, a division of 3Com, has inked deals with MovieFone and Ticketmaster to provide ticket purchasing and other information services on its next-generation PalmPilot wireless organizer…