German home entertainment group VCL Film + Medien posted a full-year loss for 2002 of 10 million euros ($11.5 million) while sales fell 62% to $42 million.
Indiana Jones is finally making his way to DVD. After much wrangling over logistics and control, a four-disc set will be released by Paramount Home Entertainment on Nov. 4.
Apple didn't hand out any prizes Monday to its 1 millionth customer, but the computer manufacturer and the music business are stoked by the early success of Apple's new iTunes Music Store.
Barry Diller's USA Interactive Monday inked a deal to acquire online financial services group Lending Tree for about $700 million in stock.
Theatrical screenings for DVD releases have suddenly started proliferating. Disney is presenting a screening of the classic "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" with the American Cinematheque at the El…
Cabler Cablevision has expanded CEO Mariano Ibanez's duties to include running its Internet operation Fibertel, effective from Monday.
Score one for Hollywood in the battle against Asia's resourceful video pirates: 20th Century Fox's unprecedented security for "X2: X-Men United" prevented vids circulating before its theatrical…
RealNetworks is going wireless today, launching a subscription package of music, news, film shorts, trailers and sports for cellphone and PDA users.
Warner Bros. has signed a super-sized deal with vidgame giant Electronic Arts to create Superman games based on the upcoming movie, animated TV programs and comicbooks about the DC Comics action hero.
Indican Pictures acquired North American rights to "On_Line," the directing debut of Jed Weintrob. It will be released June 20 in the top 10 theatrical markets.
Disney's Internet unit today officially rolls out Toontown Online, an ambitious entry in the small but hot business of massively multiplayer online games.