DEG: Growth in Blu-ray, rental, electronic distribution offset steep DVD drop
JULY 14 | PHYSICAL: Recession fuels revenue; BD grows 62.4% over 2008
Paramount Pictures is in talks to farm out some of its home entertainment operations to another studio, which would likely result in considerable cost savings to the Viacom unit.
APRIL 27 | Economy, difficult comparison drag first-quarter revenue
DVD numbers may be creeping downward, but the vampire pic "Twilight" shows that savvy marketing can help give life to a supposedly moribund format.
Worldwide home entertainment software revenue will grow 17% between 2008 and 2010 to $78.2 billion, fueled by growing consumer demand for next-gen games and Blu-ray discs, according to a new forecast…
Movie Gallery posted a wider loss for the second quarter ended July 1, and said on Friday that there is 'substantial doubt' as to whether it can continue as a going concern.
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has promoted Matt Brown to exec VP of international, charging him with strategic planning for the division's growth outside the U.S.
The sell-through market was somewhat tougher internationally in 2006 than it was in the U.S.
DVD rentals rose 10.3% in 2006 but overall rentals dipped slightly due rapid declines by the moribund VHS format. The overall rental market hit $7.67 billion, according to Rentrak's Home Video…
DVD rentals rose 10.3% in 2006, to hit $7.39 billion, according Rentrak’s Home Video Essentials point-of-sale tracking service.