The arrival of emerging technologies such as multichannel superhighways and movies-on-demand will not stunt the growth of special-interest video, and the involvement of the major studios ensures the…
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 study on the taping and piracy of pay-per-view movies released Tuesday by the Video Software Dealers Assn. is drawing more fire from PPV companies and the cable industry.
Orion Home Video will be the sole distributor of Orion and Fox Lorber Home Video product, contrary to what was printed in Tuesday’s story. “Night and Day” and “Palombella Rossa,” which will be…
As expected, Orion Home Video and Fox Lorber Home Video have signed a distribution deal to market each other's homevideo titles in the United States and Canada.
The illegal theft of movies taped off pay-per-view broadcasts is costing the major studios $ 67 million annually in lost homevideo revenues, according to a soon-to-be released study commissioned by…
A slate of new releases, new appointments and a closer customer relationship will mark Turner Home Entertainment as it heads into the final months of the year.
The Video Software Dealers Assn. has taken the first step toward permanent relocation to L.A. by establishing offices this week in Westlake Village. The org, until now based in New Jersey, hopes to…
MGM/UA Home Video will release the video and laserdisc collectors edition of the 1939 MGM classic "The Wizard of Oz."
ROME Though late taking off, Italy's homevideo market is flying high. Billings last year for rental and sell-through were a combined $ 700 million, making the country the biggest Euro market after…
In an effort to reduce the number of illegal sell-through and rental copies of "It's A Wonderful Life," Republic Pictures Corp. is offering retailers upgraded versions of the 1946 classic for $ 5.