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Blockbuster Entertainment-backed DEJ Prods. is carving a new niche in the direct-to-vid arena currently dominated by major players including Artisan and Lions Gate.
Six-month-old specialty distrib THINKFilm is aiming to become the most dominant distributor of video premiere movies through its newly formed label Velocity Home Entertainment.
Artisan Home Entertainment has outbid several competitors for domestic distribution rights to the computer-animated sequel to last year's Video Premiere Award-winning "Barbie in the Nutcracker."
USA Home Entertainment is being dissolved as a result of Vivendi Universal's $10.3 billion acquisition of USA Networks in December, USA and Universal executives confirmed Tuesday.
Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment is launching the Destination Films label designed to raise the profile of popular specialty product such as anime and Asian action films.
In syndication, the collaboration between Tribune Entertainment and Canada's Fireworks Entertainment is as close to a sure thing you can get in these difficult times.
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