Climax Entertainment, one of the largest vidgame developers not owned by a publisher that distributes its games, has named industry vet David Schwartz to head up its recently opened L.A. studio.
Paramount is teaming with Hasbro to release a series of animated DVD premiere movies based on Hasbro toys such as G.I. Joe, Transformers and Tonka.
McDonald's really wants to go Hollywood. Marking the most recent deal with a studio, the restaurant chain is teaming with Warner Bros. to distribute a series of new Ronald McDonald DVDs.
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The father of DVD is out to protect his legacy. Former Warner Home Video president Warren Lieberfarb on Tuesday accused Sony and other backers of the so-called Blu-ray disc format of trying to bluff…
Blake Edwards will receive the Video Software Dealers Assn.'s lifetime achievement award July 14 at the trade org's annual convention in Las Vegas.
G4TechTV's second annual G-Phoria vidgame kudofest will take place July 31 at the Shrine.
Mattel is partnering with Miramax to distribute a feature-length animated DVD premiere movie based on the toy company's popular new My Scene characters.
Helmer and digital cinema advocate Mike Figgis is dabbling in mobile phone content with the launch of the second annual Nokia Shorts competition today in London.
London-based music co Sanctuary Group defied the trend among its peers by posting sales growth of 41% to £89 million ($163.5 million) during the first six months of its current financial year.
The truth is out there -- and soon, Chris Carter's "Millennium" and "Harsh Realm" will be, too. With all nine seasons of "The X-Files" available on DVD as of last month, Fox Home Entertainment is…
Hamish McAlpine, head of U.K. and U.S. film distribution company Tartan Films, has hired former Playboy VP Andrew Schreiber as president of Tartan Video USA. The division should launch this fall.