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Universal Music U.K. to debut series on Bebo

"The Secret Life of Sam King," a show about a fictional Universal employee, will promote the record label on Bebo as well as several other channels of parent company AOL.

By June 9, 2008


Who's afraid of online video? Not Michael Eisner

At the Digital Content Newfronts event in New York, the former Disney chief preached a familiar gospel to advertisers: online video might not be a treasure trove yet, but it will be.

By June 5, 2008


Cuban, Eisner at SXSWi: Net's still a video jungle

Billionaire entrepreneur interviews the former Disney CEO at South by Southwest Interactive about his new Web endeavor, The All-for-Nots. And Eisner even has kind words for Steve Jobs.

By March 11, 2008


60Frames to give content creators online boost

The start-up, funded with $3.5 million from United Talent Agency and Spot Runner, is hoping to take on the traditional studio model of video content distribution.

By January 15, 2008


Year in review: Tech titans on the defensive

Industry superpowers are left scrambling to keep up with a fast-changing tech world that is seemingly about to leave them behind.

By December 20, 2007


Eisner's advice to striking writers: Blame Steve Jobs, not the studios

At the Media & Money conference, the former Disney exec calls the Writer's Guild of America strike "stupid" and suggests that it's the technology companies, not the studios, who are to blame.

By November 7, 2007


Kasparov, Eisner talk about achieving success through failure

Top executives at the World Business Forum say that failure is a given, but it's also necessary for eventual success.

By October 11, 2007


MySpaceTV to debut original show, 'Quarterlife,' in November

Created by the team behind the movie 'Blood Diamond,' the new show will take a look at the lives of six tech-savvy 20-somethings.

By September 12, 2007


Warner shifts Web course, shouldering video costs

In its latest online push, Warner Bros. plans to introduce 24 Web productions in a range of formats including minimovies, games and episodic television shows.

September 9, 2007


MySpace in potential deal with 'Blood Diamond' creators

MySpace has quietly licensed a new series of original programming from Hollywood duo Edward Zwick and Marshall Herskovitz, according to a source.

By July 20, 2007