Video Briefs

Gotham-based Sterling Entertainment Group has acquired VidAmerica’s library of special-interest programs and B pix. Sterling exec VP Gary Needle was previously VidAmerica’s exec VP.

Library includes Debbie Reynolds sweatcassettes.

HEB Video Central in San Antonio has pacted with the Dove Foundation to install Dove sections in its 85 video rental outlets. The Dove Foundation provides stickers to participating retailers, to label selected films “family friendly.” The Foundation has close ties to the Michigan Decency Action Council, Pat Robertson’s Christian Coalition, the Coalition on Revival and other right-wing Christian fundamentalist groups.

Technicolor Videocassette has changed its name to Technicolor Video Services. Company offers duplication, inventory management and fulfillment services, with offices in Livonia, Mich., Newbury Park and in Italy, the Netherlands and the U.K. Clients include Buena Vista Home Video and Warner Home Video.

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