An innocuous trifle aimed at easily amused tykes, direct-to-video "Winnie the Pooh: Springtime With Roo" arrives as Easter-themed entertainment just in time for holiday season viewing and…
The number of homes in Western Europe with a DVD player nearly doubled from less than 30 million in 2002 to 56 million in 2003 with only Italy dragging its feet.
Longtime homevid industry exec Jeffrey Fink has joined Miramax Home Entertainment as senior exec VP. Moves come as the number of Miramax and Dimension DVD releases of theatrical films, TV shows, DVD…
As Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List" comes to DVD this week, a special edition of "Saving Private Ryan" is being finalized for a release May 25 that features many more bonus features than the…
With no follow-up theatrical installment to promote, New Line Home Entertainment won't make "Lord of the Rings" fans wait as long to see the DVD version of the 11-time Oscar-winning final episode.
MusicNet and Richard Branson's Virgin Digital have joined forces to integrate and promote a digital download store and subscription music club.
Three years ago, the prospect of reaching the government's 2010 target for switching off Blighty's analog TV signal looked like pie in the sky. Not anymore.
Decades ago, Hollywood laughed at the idea of a world ruled by apes. But everything changed in 1968, when the first "Planet of the Apes" opened, proving that simians could indeed dominate less…
Activision's "Call of Duty" took home three awards, including overall videogame of the year, at the seventh annual Interactive Achievement Awards on Thursday.
Slowing sales of blockbuster videogame "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City" robbed producer Take-Two Interactive of first quarter profits as the game software maker Thursday reported steep declines for its…
So where did the vaunted 18-34 male demo go when it dropped off the face of the Nielsens? According to Sony, they're sitting in front of their TVs all right -- but only to play videogames online.