Warner Bros. will distribute "The Dark Knight" on video-on-demand in South Korea, two weeks before its DVD release, making it the first Hollywood studio to release a blockbuster on VOD before DVD.
Fox Sports will telecast college football's national championship game in 3-D directly to the Consumer Electronics Show and select theaters on Jan. 8.
20th Century Fox has inked a deal with the U.K.'s BT Vision giving the IPTV operation rights to a range of new and classic Fox films.
Blockbuster will be the exclusive physical retail ticket outlet for Live Nation Ticketing.
Sony is to reenter the Korean home entertainment market through a local licensing deal.
Games giant Electronic Arts has pacted with China's NetDragon to develop a 3-D massively multi-player online role-playing game based on EA's 10-year-old "Dungeon Keeper" series.
Microsoft's efforts to broaden the Xbox 360's appeal beyond hardcore "Halo" players continues with "Lips," a flashy new karaoke game that's targeted at casual auds.
Criterion's bonus-packed reissue of Martin Ritt's 1965 Cold War thriller "The Spy Who Came in From the Cold," based on John le Carre's bestselling novel, demonstrates just how well the DVD form…
Time-Warner's Turner Broadcasting System has inked a strategic alliance with Telecinco, Spain's top-rating broadcaster.
After losing an estimated $500 million-plus, Sumner Redstone has finally rid himself of Midway Games.
In the battle for Annie Award nominations, DreamWorks Animation's tubby panda fared better than Pixar's plucky robot or Disney's doggy hero.