It was 1996. Web sites had not yet become a required tool for advertising new releases, nor was there a such a thing as a dot-com economy. A U. of Michigan student, Ming Chen, decided he wanted to…
IFilm recently laid off 15 people, approximately 10% of its staff. Pinkslips were handed out across a number of divisions in order to cut back on the burn rate.
The Internet industry woke up Friday morning with a brand new Netcaster: After weeks of rumors, Shockwave.com and AtomFilms.com have merged operations, a move being viewed as the first of several…
Unbound Studios has tapped Jill Proctor Ramirez to the newly created position of VP of business development.
Undoubtably one of the resounding successes of Resfest 2000, Michael Overbeck's 7-minute short "Tongues and Taxis" has the infectious appeal of a catchy Top 40 song. Cleverly plotted and illustrated…
Teutonic kidvidder TV-Loonland is taking a controlling 65% stake in Korean media business Saerom Entertainment.
A total of 17 projects, and one special collection, will comprise the line-up for the inaugural Sundance Online Film Festival, launching Jan. 18 at www.sundance.org and…
The Los Angeles-based Netcaster shuttered its shop on Friday, letting go all of its 20 employees after running out of financing and struggling to generate revenues in what has become a…
F/x house Station X Entertainment has tapped Harry Donenfeld VP of marketing and new business development.
The concept behind "Starship Regulars," the clever toon by Icebox founder Rob LaZebnik, is so simple and hilarious, it's not surprising that Showtime jumped on the chance of developing a live-action…
During the presidential elections, ComedyCentral.com gave a glimpse of the future of online advertising via content created for Unilever's Wisk laundry detergent. A banner on the site's home page…