They don't give out Oscars for them. Glamorous star vehicles, they're not. Yet studios can't get enough of made-for DVDs for a very simple reason: They make money without much of a risk.
Dubai TV, the Arab world's fastest-rising satcaster, is going online via an exclusive partnership with Internet TV distributor Jump TV.
Toshiba will launch the first digital HD-DVDrecorder in Japan on July 14, getting a jump on the rival Blu-ray camp.
Tony Krantz, one of the original exec producers of "24," is segueing into feature helming with "Sublime," the second direct-to-vid horror pic from Warner's Raw Feed Prods., a venture Krantz helped…
"Futurama" lives on. Comedy Central has resurrected the former Fox series, ordering 13 episodes to debut in 2008. Pact builds upon the cabler's acquisition of the 72-episode library last fall.
NATPE will host its third annual Mobile++ Conference on Jan. 15 at the Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas. The event will be presented by InfoSpace, a provider of mobile content in the U.S.
The Mouse House has expanded further into the Indian telco market with a deal announced Thursday that will see Reliance Communications offering Disney mobisodes, including 3-D animation, to its…
OLN is staking out some more space online. Cabler is set to launch The Player, a broadband channel attached to its main website OLNTV.com, which will combine material from the television net with…
Thanks to viral video service YouTube, somebody's watching the unsold WB pilot "Nobody's Watching." Now the show's creators are wondering if YouTube could give new life to their project, in much the…
Reality producer Nash Entertainment is taking its TV library online in a deal with Google. Netco will digitize Nash's series and specials, which includes "World's Scariest Police Shootouts,"…