It's easy to talk about Madison Avenue and Hollywood getting into bed together. But it's much more difficult for the producers, advertisers, talent agents and the networks to get beyond the first…
A battle over red vs. blue light has studios fearing the DVD green they've been harvesting may turn brown.
AOL is going DVD. The world's largest online service has started tapping into the success of the world's fastest-selling consumer electronics product by offering exclusive sneak peeks at clips of DVD…
Quentin Tarantino and Miramax co-chairmen Harvey Weinstein and Bob Weinstein will be recognized with special creative achievement awards in programming specifically for home viewing at the annual DVD…
One of the early contenders for the best picture Oscar, "Road to Perdition," has been scheduled for a DVD/video release by DreamWorks just in time for Oscar nom voting, which closes Feb. 25.
The race for the biggest DVD of the fourth quarter appears closer than ever. Although no official numbers are available and studios decline to give specific sales figures, Fox's "Star Wars: Episode…
GoodTimes Entertainment has picked up for distribution a Christian-themed homevideo project featuring St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner.
Consumers attacked videostores Tuesday to get their hands on the latest DVD installment of the Star Wars franchise, "Episode 2: Attack of the Clones."
U.S. video retailer Blockbuster will open its first store in Norway this month.
A clever marketing gimmick for MGM's James Bond juggernaut is providing a high-profile demo for a new technology that could create markets for promotional and one-time-rental DVDs.