Fox is planning to release Tim Burton's version of "The Planet of the Apes" two days before Christmas. Last year Fox had success with that time frame with summer hit "The X-Men."
Bowing its $35 million online entertainment venture Screenblast today, Sony debuted original program "Rachel's Room" from "Dawson's Creek" exec producer Paul Stupin.
The nets have moved one step closer this fall to fully embracing high definition TV.
In a victory for Microsoft, U.S. regulators said Thursday that they won't seek to break up the software giant or pursue claims that it illegally tied its Internet Explorer Web browser to its Windows…
News Corp. and the Walt Disney Co. will start the inevitable process of closing the window between the premiere of movies on homevideo and cable by launching a video-on-demand service next year that…
Wealthy and brash Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is taking over ownership of DirecTV's high-definition channel 199 today in hopes of personally pushing the virtues of the slow-starting HDTV to…
Studios got some welcome news last week when the U.S. Copyright Office delivered a stinging blow to video retailers hoping to claim their piece of the online movie market without too much headache -…
As one barometer of the buoyant video biz overseas, Blockbuster Video's international rentals revs shot up by 9.5% in the second quarter of this year after a rise of almost 18% in the first quarter.
In the early days of DVD, many studios rushed their hit titles onto disc, with few, if any, bonus features. But those "added-value" items have now become a key point in selling the mini-platters.
The explosive growth of DVD has pushed the homevideo business outside the U.S. into fast-forward.
The film biz is fast approaching DVD D-Day. Just two years ago, only 4.8 million people in the U.S. owned DVD players, so it was no surprise that major titles like "Star Wars" and "E.T. The…