Finding yet another way to monetize its large film library, MGM Home Entertainment is getting into the direct-to-DVD business via sequels.
Australia's competition watchdog has urged the government to abolish restrictions preventing terrestrial webs from using the digital spectrum to launch channels.
In a deal that expands the alliance between the regional phone companies and satellite TV, EchoStar inked a deal with CenturyTel that will allow the telco to sell Dish Network service in 22 states.
TiVo's growing fast, but it's paying for it. Digital video recording pioneer continued its recent pattern of spending to expand its own base of subscribers, while most growth came via partner DirecTV.
Warner Home Video is finally releasing the 10-disc "Ultimate Matrix Collection" Dec. 7.
Warner Home Video is releasing a massive 14-disc DVD collector's set featuring 12 of Oliver Stone's movies.
European antitrust regulators said Wednesday they're investigating a pact between giants Time Warner and Microsoft to jointly develop antipiracy software.
Cable operators launched a new ad campaign this week to win back some of the estimated 867,000 customers who have unplugged since the beginning of the year.
Israeli cabler HOT will launch HOT Bombay, dedicated to Bollywood blockbusters.
MTV2 is turning old musicvideos into new marketing opportunities for videogames. Cable net is launching "Video Mods," a series that features videogame characters recreating hit musicvideos.
Leaders from the electronics industry Tuesday delivered to Congress a new, more tech-friendly version of legislation for the Induce Act, which would outlaw peer-to-peer applications.
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