Studios are fretting about their golden goose, otherwise known as homevideo. Sales are dropping. Blu-ray has yet to take off. And no one seems to know for sure what will be the next great way people…
Slower-than-expected Blu-ray sales, as well as slumping numbers for DVD sales overall, have forced studios to come up with new ways to make their discs more attractive. That's meant adding more…
Advertising-based Internet VOD is taking off in Germany, where telco giant Deutsche Telekom has started a free video portal to compete against a similar site launched by MSN in November.
Howard Stringer is taking a hard look at Sony's hardware biz.
Do the owners of Movieline know something Nick Denton doesn't? Apparently they think they do, because they've hired the three full-time editors of Defamer – Seth Abramovitch, S.T. VanAirsdale and…
Somehow I doubt NBC has been able to copyright a phrase as universal as "That's what she said." Which means they won't be able to make any money now that Michael Scott's catchphrase on "The Office"…
Just how mainstream is Netflix? One of the oldest school of old-school directors is using it to promote his newest movie. Francis Ford Coppola is now online with his first viral short promoting…
As evidenced by the number of devices announced that connect directly with it at the Consumer Electronics Show, Netflix streaming is pretty much the hottest thing going in the still nascent world of…
Danish company Zentropa is relaunching its animation ambitions.
Cowabunga: Fox has given a two-season pickup to "The Simpsons," which will make the toon stalwart the longest-running scripted primetime skein in history.
Warner Bros. has acquired screen rights to "The Lonely Dog," a limited-edition book of paintings done by Queenstown artist Ivan Clarke. The studio will turn the dog tale into a CG animated film.