Get ready for 3D movies for the home.
Don Buckley, who essentially got Warner Bros. to start marketing its movies on the Internet in 1996, has moved off the lot, forming interactive marketing agency THA.i for Terry Hines & Associates.
A panel charged with finding new ways for France to improve legal access to content online has recommended taxing Internet advertising in order to fund its proposals.
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Electronics manufacturers have watched as "Avatar" has wowed moviegoers at the megaplex and now they hope 3D will do the same thing in living rooms.
Add Toshiba and Panasonic to the growing list of consumer electronics companies working with RealD on smallscreen 3D.
The Motion Picture Academy announced seven films that will compete in the Oscar visual effects bakeoff.
Netflix and Warner Bros. have mended fences over access to new releases of DVDs.
Chris Krewson has been tapped as editor of Variety.com, overseeing all editorial content for the website and contributing to its vision and content strategy.
In the latest of a series of moves by major Hollywood companies to promote 3D in the home, Samsung, Technicolor and DreamWorks Animation have announced a strategic alliance to speed consumer adoption…
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