Broadening its relationship with leading Internet service America Online, CBS said Tuesday that it has inked a $21 million deal under which its MarketWatch.com Web site will serve as the premier…
As the once-distant dream of interactive television speeds closer to reality, Microsoft topper Bill Gates has decided to send an unmistakable message to the TV biz: Luv ya, babe.
CBS continued on its recent Web site buying spree by cutting a deal to purchase a 40% stake in Women's Consumer Network in exchange for $50 million worth of advertising and promotion over a five-year…
Just prior to next year's Oscars, Yahoo! Internet Life magazine will host its first Online Film Festival March 22-23 in Los Angeles.
ABC/Disney execs including Steve Bornstein and David Westin looked on as Sam Donaldson launched his first regular Webcast on Monday -- a 15-minute news show to air exclusively on the Internet.
Fans of the National Football League in the Netherlands, Austria and Singapore, which don't offer Sunday afternoon games on TV, will be able to watch some of the contests on the Web starting Sunday.
With much of the marketing success of "The Blair Witch Project" attributed to its use of the Internet, movie studios are now more than ever looking for effective ways to utilize the Web.
Proving that it's still a major competitor in the vidgame console wars, Sega said Thursday that its latest Dreamcast system has topped the 500,000 mark two weeks after its bow.
The A.C. Nielsen Corp. has joined with NetRatings Inc. to set up the first global service to track the number of viewers and advertisers who use the Internet.
Scott Flanders has been appointed to oversee the merger between CDnow Inc. and Columbia House and will become chairman and CEO of the new company.
ECompanies, an Internet incubator created by former Buena Vista Internet Group chairman Jake Winebaum and Earthlink founder Sky Dayton, has tapped several key executives for its management team.