Already the object of some derision, reality TV will get officially lampooned when National Lampoon introduces a DVD collection of unaired programs received, the company said, in response to a call…
Hoping to take advantage of the heat from "Fahrenheit 9/11" and the upcoming political season, a trio of producers has announced plans for a DVD release of "Bushisms: The First Term in His Own…
Reality TV is nibbling away at the livelihood of Hollywood writers, who saw slow growth in their paychecks last year and a decline in job slots as the popularity of the reality skeins took away from…
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Yahoo! chief financial officer Susan Decker has been tapped to join the board of 3-D animation powerhouse Pixar.
Singapore wants to become the hub for all things digital in Asia -- digital cinema distribution as well as cable and satellite.
Art films are on Hong Kong screens are being hit hard by "parallel releasing." Recent specialty titles such as "Sylvia" and "The Company" are increasingly available on DVDs imported from other…
When TiVo prexy Marty Yudkowitz gathered reps from the advertising industry and Hollywood in May in Santa Monica, he proudly touted his company's value to marketers.
The eighth Hong Kong Intl. Film and TV Market (Filmart) emphasized all things digital at its three-day confab, which kicked off June 23.
StarHub CableVision finally launched its delayed Digital TV service at the end of May in time for the June 12 kickoff of the UEFA Euro 2004 soccer championship, for which interactive services and…
Anti-piracy technology company Cinea on Thursday ended speculation over who would pay for encrypted DVD screeners for Oscar voters this year by confirming it will bear the multimillion-dollar cost.
"The Shawshank Redemption" will get a limited theatrical rerelease in eight cities for two weeks this fall in celebration of the film's 10th anniversary and to promote Warner Home Video's two-disc…