"The studio, called Fall Line, will be based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and run by Scott Novis, who led the team that created the game based on the Pixar film "Cars."
"The top online advertising categories by 2011 will be media & entertainment, financial services, travel, and automotive in order, according to a new forecast from JupiterResearch."
"Comcast is launching Ziddio, an online and on-demand channel that aims to attract YouTube-like video fans. Ziddio will allow its audience to create, view, rate and share original video. Ziddio plans to run contests to lure amateur video-makers from YouTu
"Yahoo plans to begin selling graphical advertisements -- similar to a Web site banner ad -- alongside the Web services it makes available to U.S. cellphones."
"Social networking sites with the highest traffic growth included Feedburner (385%), Digg.com (286%), MySpace (170%), Wikipedia (161%), and Facebook (134%)."
"Sony Pictures Entertainment is launching a film clip download service on Grouper...The service, called Screen Bites, will allow users to "embed" clips from Sony films and television shows in blogs and other Web sites."
"Redford's Sundance Institute will release five short films it has commissioned to mobile phones. Says Redford: "If this all works, more people will see these films than any form of cinema."
"Microsoft will pay Universal Music a royalty fee for each new Zune digital music player it sells when the iPod rival launches next week. The fee is in exchange for licensing Universal recordings."
"Some 5% of U.S. Internet visits went to the top 20 social-networking Web sites in September, with MySpace getting 82% of those visits, according to Hitwise."