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…
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…
Don't tell ABC the dot-com revolution is over: The Alphabet web has ordered pilot presentations for a pair of Silicon Valley-set dramas.
Oh, how the anatomy of a Web deal changes when the buyers have run out of cash and the stock options in a dot-com are no longer attractive. Where a stake in a company was once the bargaining chip for…
Despite the constant shutterings of dot-coms, don't tell John Hegeman, CEO of sci-fi, horror and fantasy entertainment venture Distant Corners Entertainment Group, that an audience doesn't exist for…
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.