Rumors are flying that Myspace will once again be cutting deep into its workforce with 37.5% of employees hitting the pavement and the classifieds come Wednesday.
Time Warner and Viacom are postponing their court battle over making TV programming available on the iPad while they try to work out a deal.
Hulu is being tempted to sell by a mystery bidder who's reaffirming the streaming video's company's pivotal spot in the online video world.
Anonymous sources, beware: The Wall Street Journal's new service for whistleblowers, SafeHouse, has leaks of its own.
IGN president Roy Bahat confirms the acquisition of UGO.com along with News Corp.'s plans to spin the IGN/UGO combo out into a new company.
Reports indicate that IGN is set to acquire UGO, with the plan being for the former to split off from its parent, News Corp., and continue building its gaming-focused website as one of the top sources on the Internet.
News Corp is doing its best to make MySpace look like a catch, and it's proving to be quite the undertaking.
It's been a long time coming, but News Corp is finally getting MySpace off its hands. But who's taking it home...and why?
Time Warner Cable and Viacom have filed lawsuits against each other over the cable company's new iPad app that streams live TV.
Hulu says it's on track to have 1 million subscribers by the end of 2011, claiming that'll be the fastest launch of any online video subscription service.
We've been hearing its death rattle for awhile now, but from the looks of it, MySpace is just about ready to kick the proverbial bucket.
Myspace Music President Courtney Holt is reportedly stepping down from his post amidst rumors that parent company News Corp. is making moves to sell off Myspace.
The Daily, News Corp's daily, iPad-exclusive newspaper, launches today at New York City's Guggenheim Museum.
After numerous delays, The Daily will premiere on the iPad February 2.
From News Corp. itself, we're hearing that The Daily is weeks away.