There are a lot of gadget freaks in Hollywood. But they're not always who you'd expect. And they don't always make the best corporate spokespeople for technology companies with a message to push…
While Hollywood struggles how to make money with all the shows it puts online — force people to subscribe to cable? run more ads? — Major League Baseball is eons ahead. On its MLB.tv site, it gets a…
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is putting its faith in a 70-year-old princess to broaden the audience for Blu-ray.
Has longtime Fox News entertainment blogger Roger Friedman been fired? It depends whom you ask.
Here are four companies that have the technology and capacity to convert feature films to 3-D.
It's clear the DVD biz has fallen since its peak in 2006, when the format generated approximately $24 billion from sales and rentals.
DVD numbers may be creeping downward, but the vampire pic "Twilight" shows that savvy marketing can help give life to a supposedly moribund format.
Studio execs and theater owners convened here last week for ShoWest, where two things were abundantly clear. No. 1 topic of interest: 3-D. And the No. 1 studio for the new format: Disney.
Cable's major players are making a big push to boost their presence online, moving aggressively with several initiatives that will allow their paying customers to watch their favorite shows on the…
British satcaster BSkyB notched up another U.K. first on Thursday after broadcasting a live concert by rock act Keane in 3-D to a domestic 3-D TV set.
Paramount Home Entertainment Nordic will release Scanbox Entertainment DVDs in Norway, Sweden and Finland.