Sony will release the first season of Lifetime medical drama "Strong Medicine" in a five-disc DVD set on Jan. 10.
Buena Vista Home Entertainment has set a March 14 release date for new cuts of two Jerry Bruckheimer films starring Denzel Washington: an extended edition of "Crimson Tide" featuring several minutes…
Music companies, already battered by the ongoing sea change in listeners' purchasing habits, are facing a new investigation from New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer. Word spread over Christmas…
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CBS has partnered with Yahoo! to offer free video streams this week of laffers "Two and a Half Men" and "How I Met Your Mother." Deal is one of the first examples of a studio and net owned by…
Creative Screenwriting Magazine has launched a Creative Screenwriting Podcast program,.
DVD brought Fox's "Family Guy" back from the dead. Now the toon is returning the favor. With DVD sales of TV series slowing of late, Fox has struck gold with "Family Guy Presents Stewie Griffin -…
Turns out Rudolph's red nose isn't the only holiday special shining bright this year. Industry types took notice when CBS's 41st annual broadcast of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" on Nov. 30 turned…
In mid-December, Spain's Industry Minister Jose Montilla and top TV suits trekked out to Madrid's Barajas Airport to celebrate the Nov. 30 launch of 18 free digital TV channels.
As far as a new Disney-Pixar deal goes, most insiders agree the question is no longer "Will they?" but "When will they?" And, just as important, what will be the fallout?
Nielsen is racing to keep up with the changing ways people watch television. Starting Dec. 26, the ratings service will include the use of digital video recorders such as TiVo in its numbers.
TiVo was the best thing to happen to television since the remote control, but now the company that invented the digital video recorder is struggling to keep from becoming the next Betamax.