Retailing giant Blockbuster has joined the growing list of companies supporting A Penny for AIDS, the fundraising drive developed by the Video Industry AIDS Action Committee.
A New York federal judge has ruled that Walt Disney Co. has no claim to the packaging of an "Aladdin" cartoon video now in the stores and cannot prevent its distribution.
A bootleg series of illegal tapes of latenight laughs allegedly made by the management at The Improv has got a fistful of comics hopping mad and they say it's no joke.
The Kentucky branch of the American Civil Liberties Union has condemned the indictment of a state video chain for offering to sell allegedly obscene videotapes to adults.
The final chapter has been written in a 10-year legal feud between eight Hollywood studios and a Palm Springs resort that began when the hotel started renting videos to its guests.
In order to make a profit this fiscal year, Image Entertainment Inc. is trimming its work force and tightening its belt.