Graser, Marc
January 2001
Daily Variety;01/09/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 26, p19
Trade Publication
Reports on the performance of entertainment-oriented Internet companies in the United States during 2000. Shutdown of netcaster Digital Entertainment Network; CenterSpan Communications' purchase of the bankrupt file-swapping service Scour.com; Merger between animation and game site Shockwave.com and short-film netcaster AtomFilms.com; Success stories of the year.


Related Articles

  • Shockwave, Atom fuse. Graser, Marc // Daily Variety;12/18/2000, Vol. 270 Issue 12, p1 

    Reports on Internet firms Shockwave.com and AtomFilms.com's merger in the United States. Terms of the merger agreement; Impact of the merger on both companies' presence on the Internet.

  • Are two better than one? Kerschbaumer, Ken // Broadcasting & Cable;03/26/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 13, p46 

    Reports on the merger between Internet entertainment companies AtomFilms and Shockwave to form AtomShockwave as of March 26, 2001. Details of the merger deal; Implications for the companies' financial performance; Focus on the merged company's program syndication business.

  • STEIN GOING ONLINE. Donahue, Ann // Daily Variety;04/20/2000, Vol. 267 Issue 35, p5 

    Reports on gameshow host Ben Stein's plan to create an online game, a series of electronic greeting cards and a daily poll for Shockwave.com. Description of the game; Remarks of company Chairman Rob Burgess regarding Stein on Shockwave.com.

  • Shockwave.com Continues to Grow Despite Tepid Market, Debuts New Programming. Greenberg, Karl // Adweek Midwest Edition;09/25/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 39, p66 

    Focuses on Shockwave.com, an entertainment company based on the Internet. List of shows it will launch for fall 2000; Number of its registered Internet users as of July 2000; Status of Shockwave.com's finances; Advertising strategies experimented by Shockwave.com.

  • DEN: If It Can Go Wrong... Barrett, Larry // Inter@ctive Week;02/21/2000, Vol. 7 Issue 7, p84 

    Reports that Digital Entertainment Network (DEN), a developer of original Internet programming, has withdrawn its initial public offering and initiated some serious restructuring. Comments from analyst Patrick Keane regarding a big problem facing the company; Comments from DNE Chief Technology...

  • The entertainment challenge. Kerschbaumer, Ken // Broadcasting & Cable;06/12/2000, Vol. 130 Issue 25, p30 

    Reports on the lessons from the demise of Digital Entertainment Network, which saw the Internet as a potential distribution tool for video content. Production of short-form entertainment targeted at niche audiences; Indicative of the inherent problems in Internet-content and original-content...

  • AtomShockwave shuttering European h.q. in London. Kemp, Stuart // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/5/2001, Vol. 368 Issue 29, p8 

    Reports on AtomShockwave Corp.'s closure of its European headquarters in London, England. Number of employees affected by the move; Reasons behind the closure of the London office; Impact of the closure on the company's European Internet operations.

  • bits.  // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;08/08/2000, Vol. 364 Issue 13, p47 

    Provides updates on Internet companies in the film industry in the United States as of August 2000. Includes strategic marketing relationship between Technicolor Entertainment Services and Hollywood Software; Use of Media 100 Inc. software by Excite@Home Corp. to allow its customers to make...

  • Computer firms chip in on Hill. Boliek, Brooks // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;3/12/2002, Vol. 372 Issue 28, p8 

    Reports on legal issues in the entertainment, Internet and computer industries in the U.S. Regulation over the copyright protection in the Internet; Views of Richard Parson on the performance of the entertainment industry; Accusation filed against Michael Einer.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics