Sam Register has been upped from creative director to vice president of Cartoon Network Online, the Internet entertainment side of Turner Broadcasting's 24-hour, all-toon network.
DVD Express, the Internet-based digital videodisc and DVD-ROM retailer, has launched its first major marketing initiatives.
Leonard Washington has been upped to president of Paramount Digital Entertainment, taking over from the exiting prexy David Wertheimer.
Dream Quest Images, which has produced f/x work on "Armageddon," "Con Air" and "Flubber," will do the special effects for Walt Disney Pictures' "The Real Inspector Gadget."
Jean-Marie Messier, chairman of France's utilities and communications group Vivendi (formerly Generale des Eaux), has said he wants his group to be the leading Internet-access provider in France.
POP Television has picked up four visual effects artists to constitute the core of a new f/x boutique to be based at Santa Monica post-production shop POP Studios.
The Internet is mesmerizing North America with a total of 79 million people now logging on to the Internet, 36% more than the 58 million who were Internet users in September 1997.
The convergent future of digital cable TV and interactive technologies such as the Internet has taken a step closer to reality with a new strategic alliance between consumer electronics manufacturer…
Tower Records is going global: The U.S. music retailer plans to launch a new venture on the Internet that will allow consumers around the world to order music, videos and books from their computers.
Personal computer engineering design software company Autodesk Inc. has agreed to acquire Canadian-based Discreet Logic in a stock deal worth more than half a billion dollars, the firms announced…