Primedia magazine and Internet group prexy-CEO John Loughlin has been named exec VP at Primedia Inc., publisher of Seventeen, New York magazine and Modern Bride.
Digital technology company Burst.com has tapped former Lucasfilm Games exec Douglas Glen as prexy. San Francisco-based Burst provides proprietary software to Web sites that enable video and audio…
One in every two Dutch households tuned into the final episode of "The Bus," a fly-on-the-wall entertainment show from Holland's wacky format factory Endemol that ended late June 5 with winner…
Barnes & Noble.com dove further into the unchartered waters of e-publishing Tuesday with the announcement that the retailer has invested $20 million in the e-publisher MightyWords. MightyWords…
Digital video recording service TiVo, Inc. is launching an interactive TV program this month that will also incorporate short films from Netcaster iFilm.
Mel Gibson will talk about the making of the Oscar-winning "Braveheart" on a newly recorded audio track that's part of a DVD special edition of the pic to be released Aug. 29 by Paramount Home Video.
While early entertainment Netcasters have been KO'd in attempts at original programming on the Internet, a clutch of new high-profile dot-coms are suiting up for round two.
Eddie Lambert has ankled his post as senior director of music licensing at EMI-Capitol Music to join online production studio SmashCast as the Netco's chief music officer, it was announced Tuesday.
In what it calls a coincidental staffing move, UndergroundOnline, the parent of a slew of youth-skewing entertainment Web sites, has filled several high-level executive posts with international MTV…
British Telecommunications has tapped the William Morris Agency to handle its entertainment content acquisition strategy for newly formed Netcasting offering BT Openworld.