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Troubled chain Hollywood Video posted an 8% decline in sales for the third quarter, casting further doubt on a proposed buyout deal set to expire Oct. 15.
Free music on the Net is the record industry's bete noir, but some labels are starting to use new technologies to turn it to their advantage. Netco Zeocast recently signed a deal with Geffen Records…
TiVo and Netflix are making it official. The two tech-savvy media companies are working together on what a combined announcement described as a joint entertainment offering.
At a conference of media mavens here Wednesday, Walt Disney Co. prexy Bob Iger continued to duck speculation that he is being groomed to succeed CEO Michael Eisner.
BSkyB topper James Murdoch's faith in digital video recorder technology looks likely to pay dividends for the satcaster that has seen subscriber growth stall.
"Highlander" is slicing its way back into Hollywood via a multi-title vidgame deal. Davis Panzer Prods. signed the deal with British publisher Sci Games to start work on a game skedded for mid-2006…
UrbanWorks Entertainment has snapped up the North American video and DVD rights to Bill Cosby's long-running CBS Saturday morning cartoon series "Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids."
Australia's antipiracy org has launched its first court case against a retailer accused of the unauthorized importation and sale of DVDs from the U.S.
Weeks before its launch next month, video-on-demand service Akimbo has brokered content deals with Turner Broadcasting System, Granada Intl. and Quiksilver. Deals become the company's most…
There will be a new installment of "The Lord of the Rings" Dec. 14 after all, but it will only be on DVD. This year's extended edition of the final chapter is the longest yet, with 50 minutes of…