When Hart Sharp Entertainment folded earlier this year, the future looked shaky for one of its investment holdings, Hart Sharp Video. But Arts Alliance America prexy Joe Amodei believed that his DVD…
Certainly, from a legacy standpoint, ThinkFilm seems ideally positioned to call itself the next Lionsgate. The Toronto-based ThinkFilm shares similar Canadian roots with the Vancouver-spawned…
Under general manager Tom O'Malley's guidance, Vivendi Visual has built up a prized slate of comedy, urban and Latin DVDs that allowed the 3-year-old distributor to double its revenue in 2006 to well…
Image Entertainment's Oscar-nominated docu 'Darwin's Nightmare' explores the introduction of the Nile perch in Tanzania's Lake Victoria. Local fishermen are able to sell the predator to European…
Jeff Siegel, an MTV veteran, has been tapped by FremantleMedia as VP of home entertainment, effective immediately. He will be charged with managing the company's current catalog in the Americas and…
"Katakune," a Chinese-Singaporean toon series, is set to get wider play following a deal between Singapore's Character Farm and Spain's Neptuno Films.
Tokyo Metropolitan Television (Tokyo MX), a station broadcasting news and info about the Tokyo metro area, has linked with YouTube to webcast its programming on a branded channel.
Nickelodeon Latin America has taken its multiplatform experience a step further with the launch of NickTurbo, the broadband video system within its MundoNick.com website.
Internet TV service Brightcove is expanding its presence in Europe with the opening of a London office to manage its growing list of clients in the region.
DreamWorks has made a deal with Aaron Sorkin to write three films, the first of which will be “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” a drama Steven Spielberg hopes to direct. The drama focuses on the trials…