The much-anticipated "Seinfeld" DVD will be introduced by Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment on Nov. 23 in two four-disc volumes packed with a collective 24 hours of bonus material.
Animation powerhouse Pixar had no news on the studio partnership front as it reported another boffo quarter's earnings thanks to stronger-than-expected sales of "Finding Nemo" on homevideo.
Police in Frankfurt on Wednesday busted an illegal film and software server offering pirated copies of 200 films including "I, Robot," the day before its German premiere.
The BMG-Sony Music merger can proceed in Oz after the regulator ruled it was unlikely to impact the music market Down Under.
Hit hard by a string of lawsuits, the founders of 321 Studios, whose software enabled consumers to copy DVDs, have pulled the plug on the venture.
Rural vid rental chain Movie Gallery rode an expansion binge to record revenue and profits in the second quarter but said growth would slow for the rest of the year due to a weak home release slate.
Disney will launch its ABC TV network in the U.K. on Sept. 27, its first non-Disney branded channel to bow outside of the U.S. and its first free-to-air digital channel in Blighty.
The Federal Communications Commission on Wednesday gave the greenlight to sharing service TivoToGo, which will allow TiVo users to record and send programming to nine other TiVo boxes or computers…
Twentieth Century Fox has inked with Germany's major Internet service provider T-Online to supply movies for video-on-demand.
Major League Baseball's online division has signed a deal with mobile handset manufacturer Nokia to provide live audio feeds of games and other content to wireless devices.