Sony Pictures Home Entertainment has signed a $460 million, five-year deal to distribute its DVDs through Redbox, the operator of $1-per-night rental kiosks that other studios have accused of…
Total U.S. home entertainment spending for the first half of 2009 slipped just 3.9%, according to the Digital Entertainment Group, with a still steep decline in DVD sales largely offset by growth in…
DEG: Growth in Blu-ray, rental, electronic distribution offset steep DVD drop
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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.
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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.
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