With the home entertainment rental market still strong, two companies will begin testing digital downloads on computer memory cards.
In a bid to get consumers to buy more content, Hollywood in the last year has embraced a buy once, watch anywhere strategy.
Best Buy's move into digital movies will closely hew to the paths broken by Netflix, Blockbuster and other competitors, using a branded movie service available through Web-connected Blu-ray players…
As studios search for the Next Big Thing after DVDs, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is working on a system to offer consumers access to movies anywhere, anytime.
Paramount Pictures and NBC Universal will begin offering their movies on iPhones, Blackberries and other mobile phones through a new streaming service launched Wednesday by mSpot.
The video-on-demand business has almost overnight changed the indie distribution business.
Starting today, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Warners and Lionsgate will begin offering the first movie downloads that can be burned to disc using virtually any DVD or Blu-ray disc burner for…
Warner Bros. and Turner Broadcasting have inked a joint deal with YouTube to put movie and TV clips up on the world's most-trafficked video site.
A California appeals court on Wednesday tossed a trial judge's ruling in favor of Kaleidescape Inc., a company that makes high-end home theater servers that copy and store movies from DVDs for later…
A federal judge in San Francisco sided with the majors Tuesday and issued a preliminary injunction barring RealNetworks from selling its DVD copying software and a set-top device in development that…
Warner Bros. is positioning itself to be a major digital distributor of independent movies through cable video-on-demand services worldwide.
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