Marvel Enterprises has inked a deal with iConnect.com to create MarvelOnline, a service similar to AOL.
Amuse Video of Tokyo released on Friday the video and DVD versions of the Korean hit movie "Shuri," which drew more than a million theatergoers in Japan.
Oscar winners! Hollywood honchos! Multimillion-dollar news anchors! Showbizzers from all walks of life will play a part in this summer's conventions, but the politicos are determined -- fiercely so…
Visual effects vets Hael Kobayashi and Michael Cooper have joined f/x studio Industrial Light & Magic as director of animation and creature development, and director of film and editorial services…
Since Stephen King first unveiled plans to self-publish his next book, "The Plant," on his own Web site a few weeks back, the writer has fanned rumors that the venture would rattle the foundations of…
EMusic.com on Monday launched a subscription service that will charge Netizens about $10 a month to get unlimited downloads from its library of 125,000 MP3s.
In a rare show of support by a traditional music label for an upstart file-sharing network, Palm Entertainment music has inked a pact with industry pariah Napster to promote Palm artist Elwood…
HBO is turning down its efforts on Volume.com, reportedly laying off 20 editors and producers -- about 30% of the workforce -- even before the Web site launches.
Bob Wynne, Jake Bloom and Sid Ganis have joined the advisory board of United Internet Technologies, which develops technology to connect consumer products to the Internet via cable, fiber-optic, TV…
Napster was the word on virtually everyone's lips at the open of Jupiter Communications' online music conference entitled Plug.in: the Future of Music, which began today in Gotham. The file-sharing…