“South Park” creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone have even managed to cross the line of tastefulness on the Web. When the duo recently turned in the first of 39 animated shorts to Shockwave.com as…
In its first serious move on the Web since Rick Hess took the reins as prexy, Propaganda Films has inked a first look deal with AtomFilms where the indie studio's stable of musicvid and commercial…
Nibblebox, the training ground for broadband entertainment launched earlier this month by Dave Bartis, Doug Liman and Elizabeth Hamburg, has secured $5.5 million in first-round financing.
Thomas Lakeman, former co-chief creative officer of Internet service powerhouse iXL, has been tapped prexy of Web design outfit DNA Studios.
USA Networks Interactive and NeoPlanet Inc. announced Monday the release of custom Web browsers for fans of skeins "Xena: Warrior Princess," "Lexx" and "Farscape."
Alliance Entertainment Corp. and America Online subsid Spinner.com announced Monday an agreement to provide Alliance's music information database to AOL users.
Netcaster iFilm has inked a three-year, first-look deal with Quality Filmed Entertainment, a production and management shingle that produced the cult hit short "George Lucas in Love" and is home to a…
Bob Buziak, former president of RCA Records and Sony's TriStar Music Group, was named to Music.com's board of advisors Monday.
"That '70s Show" is getting high on high-tech. In an attempt to drive Internet users back to their television sets, "'70s" producer Carsey-Werner is creating a weekly Web-based series that highlights…
The buzz on Napster has been intense, and it is entirely deserved. Set up six months ago, the Web site offers a groundbreaking technology which allows users to trade and search for MP3s (free…