Could Hollywood be facing its first-ever videogamer strike? The Screen Actors Guild and AFTRA are in a critical, final stretch of negotiations with a group of major vidgame publishers, all of which…
Upping the ante in the U.S.' burgeoning DVD kiosk market, Gotham-based MoviebankUSA will officially open its first standalone DVD rental store on Houston Street in Soho with a red-ribbon press event…
Anticipating more piracy woes with the transition to digital television broadcasts, NBC Universal announced Wednesday it has beefed up its content-protection staff by hiring two pedigreed IP lawyers…
DreamWorks Animation and the Film Society of Lincoln Center are teaming to host "Animation Now: Imagination, Innovation, Inspiration" on May 1. Event, aimed at family auds, promises an inside look at…
Digital music company MusicNet, the only surviving musicstore from the pre-iTunes era, has been acquired by private equity firm Baker Capital.
Japanese Internet portal Livedoor, which has been battling for control of the country's largest media group, said it's in talks with its main adversary, Fuji Television Network, about a possible…
Los Angeles-based Westlake Entertainment Group has acquired rights to distribute titles from San Diego-based Hollywood Select Video.
Anchor Bay Entertainment is releasing cult-favorite car-chase pic "Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry," starring Peter Fonda, Susan George and Vic Morrow, on June 28.
Miramax is unleashing a barrage of long-completed DVD premiere horror movies on the Dimension label.
Blockbuster topper John Antioco played down recent criticisms by activist investor Carl Icahn and assured employees that the video rental company is on track toward long-term growth.
The MPAA has found its pirates. Org is expected to reveal in a call with reporters today that it has received the names from Internet service providers of a number of individuals it believes have…
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