The show must go on

June 2000
Adweek Eastern Edition;6/26/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 26, p62
Presents developments on entertainment dot-com companies in the United States as of June 26, 2000. Purchase and sale of virtual stocks in movies, celebrities, musical artists and other entertainment by Hollywood Stock Exchange; Partnership between MediaTrip, an online entertainment company and Revolution Studios, a production company; Changes in the services of Load Media Network.


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