Although not yet in the top 25, Disney's "Pinocchio" managed to muscle its way into the Daily Variety/VideoScan sell-through data even before its March 23 official release date.
The Federal Communications Commission has approved Bell Atlantic Corp.'s bid to become the first regional Bell telephone company to deliver films and other video programming over phone lines.
"Where the Red Fern Grows,""The Wild Pony,""The Eyes of Amaryllis,""The Point" and "On Golden Pond" are the first five titles to be distributed by Live Home Video via "Family Home Entertainment…
Mayor David Dinkins introduced the first Academy Awards luncheon for New York-based nominees March 23 at the Russian Tea Room, an event instigated by Arthur Manson and Sylvia Miles of the Academy's…
In order to make a profit this fiscal year, Image Entertainment Inc. is trimming its work force and tightening its belt.
The sell-through scene swirled last week as six new Disney titles cracked the top 25 and overall sales saw the biggest week-to-week jump all year.
Live Entertainment Inc. is officially back in business, which is also good news for 49.9% owner Carolco. As expected, a U.S. bankruptcy judge greenlighted the company's prepackaged Chapter 11…
A 20-minute exclusive interview with Amy Fisher conducted in prison by Gotham journalist Chuck Scarborough has been added to the homevid version of "Lethal Lolita -- Amy Fisher: My Story" to be…
All 39 episodes of the Jackie Gleason-Art Carney comedy series "The Honeymooners" are headed to homevid, via "The Honeymooners' 'Classic 39,' " courtesy of CBS Video. The first 10 volumes will hit…
Six candidates have been selected to compete for three open seats on the Video Software Dealers Assn.'s board of directors.
The Hearst Corp. yesterday unveiled plans to form a New Media and Technology Group and said it has nabbed former Federal Communications Commission chairman Al Sikes to direct the venture.