After months of threats, two regional video wholesale distributors filed an antitrust lawsuit Tuesday against Universal Studios and two other distributors alleging that the three are conspirators in…
Network bosses received a chilling warning at the Monte Carlo TV mart Tuesday: In the Internet age, anybody can be a broadcaster.
MGM Home Entertainment has partnered with Amazon.com in a first-of-its-kind deal under which the e-tailer will be the exclusive seller of 100 VHS titles from the MGM library at $7.99 each.
TF1 Video has slipped into the top notch of the French video market with the release of its revenue figures for the year 2000.
Columbia TriStar's double-disc special edition DVD of the 1989 Civil War drama "Glory" hits the mark. Director Edward Zwick and co-stars Matthew Broderick and Morgan Freeman appear individually in…
Blockbuster Entertainment is close to a deal with Vivendi Universal that would give the retailer its first agreement with a major studio for pay-per-view and video-on-demand rights to movies.
Nearly two years after releasing a set of six Stanley Kubrick films on DVD and more than a year after the DVD release of "Eyes Wide Shut," Warner Home Video will release a new and improved collection…
If the dot-com shakeout proves nothing else, it's that syndication is a bonifide business-to-business model to monetize content for dot-coms.
Hollywood is obsessed with information and e-trepreneurs know that. But despite the stumblings that some online business-to-business ventures have had, 2001 could finally prove a boon year for those…
Critics have unfairly called them lemmings, or even sheep, following one Web trend after another. But a more accurate analogy for those still working in the online entertainment industry would be…