Netflix will deliver titles available in its higher-quality "Super HD" video — which the company says is comparable to Blu-ray — to all members, instead of only those whose broadband providers are…
Blu-ray is showing healthy sales for Hollywood’s homevideo divisions, with revenue generated from the discs up 15% during the first half of the year. That’s as overall consumer spending on home…
As Hollywood figures out ways to make its DVDs and Blu-rays more attractive to consumers who are gravitating more toward digital platforms for their TV shows and movies, Sony and Panasonic are about…
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Though the user experience in smart-TV environments has improved over the years, they're still not as intuitive as the traditional multichannel world.
The power of suggestion is about to be deployed to combat film piracy. Verance Corp., a developer of anti-piracy technology, introduced Cinavia Level 3, a new piece of software on Wednesday that…
Here's a headache for both the hardware industry and Hollywood: Only 47% of home entertainment devices — smart TVs, Blu-ray players, video game consoles and streaming media devices — are connected to…
Although the home entertainment sector is still off 2% at $12.3 billion for the first three quarters of 2011, homevid divisions are embracing signs of sales growth as the holidays approach.
An increasing number of consumers are making the switch from DVD to Blu-ray, but higher Blu-ray prices can't offset an overall 9% drop in physical disc sales in the last year.
Outside the U.S., Blu-ray is failing to fulfil expectations -- and even the homevid release of "Avatar" is unlikely to change this situation, according to a report by Screen Digest.
Earth Day turned into Christmas for 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment last week as consumers clamored to re-visit Pandora.
As they gear up to roll out the first sets of 3D TVs into stores, electronics makers have turned to Hollywood to help get the hardware into homes.