- JAMDAT Mobile Inc.

expanded its partnership with the interactive media arm of Major League Baseball to publish baseball simulation games for wireless devices. Under the expanded partnership, the L.A.-based developer of mobile phone applications gets exclusive rights to publish baseball simulation games, along with non-exclusive game rights for fantasy, trivia and manager games, for all 30 Major League Baseball clubs. Jamdat did not disclose financial details of the multiyear licensing agreement.


- Lowe Enterprises Investment Management announced it has bought two East Coast hotels from AEW Capital Management, who sold the properties on behalf of one of its clients. The L.A.-based real estate management company said the properties, the Dolce Hamilton Park in Florham Park, N.J., and Dolce Tarrytown House in Tarrytown, N.Y, will be renamed the Hamilton Park Hotel and Conference Center and the Tarrytown House Estate and Conference Center. They will be managed by Destination Hotels and Resorts, a Lowe Enterprises affiliate.


- Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc has entered into an agreement with OpenTV Corp. to integrate its software with the L.A.-based media and publishing company's new interactive program guide. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Under the agreement, TV Guide Interactive Inc. will use OpenTV's middleware software that translates information between two or more types of software in its i-Guide interactive program guide.


- Computer Sciences Corp. said that since Jan. 1, its Federal Sector business unit has signed 50 previously unannounced contracts valued at around $546.1 million during the fourth quarter of CSC's fiscal year ending April 1. The agreements for the El Segundo-based IT services company range from six months to 12 years. Civil agencies accounted for 13 awards with a total value of $84 million and Department of Defense agencies accounted for 47 awards worth more than $462 million.


- StereoVision Entertainment , a Van Nuys-based media company, said its officers and directors agreed to convert all of their accrued salaries through the first quarter of 2005 to common stock at a conversion price of $1 per share. The stock settled at 39 cents on Thursday. Also, the company said Kevin Elder had resigned as chief financial officer. StereoVision Chief Executive Theodore Botts will handle the CFO responsibilities until a permanent selection can be made.

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