Not long after dismissing the possibility of snarky gossip site Gawker.com being the target of a lawsuit, Gawker founder Nick Denton is facing just that: an $80 million suit from Limp Bizkit crooner…
Releasing a freshly packaged special edition of a hit film just in time for the theatrical release of its sequel has gone from trend to nearly de rigueur practice in the DVD world. There's little…
During a recent tax audit, playwright Susan Miller got a surprising question. "What," asked her IRS agent, "does a play writer do?" Thus came a swift reminder that to the uninitiated, the theater can…
It wasn't the glitz that lured Sony Pictures Entertainment topper Michael Lynton back to studio land. It was the economic stability DVD brings to an otherwise volatile business.
Warner Home Video and Road-show Entertainment have dissolved their sales co-venture in Australia, opting to establish separate sales ops.
The government needs to increase its efforts to inform consumers about the coming digital TV transition and help low-income viewers afford the switch, advocates told a House subcommittee Thursday.
Sweetening its increasingly lucrative friendship with Hollywood studios, Imax Corp. is developing proprietary technology that would allow live-action, 2-D films to be converted into 3-D for giant…
This year it's all about profits. That's the message from TiVo after a fiscal year in which it nearly doubled its subscriber count but more than doubled its net loss to pay for it.
After a two-year courtship, 20th Century Fox Animation president Chris Meledandri has wrapped a seven-figure deal to turn the Dr. Seuss classic "Horton Hears a Who" into a CGI-animated film.
"Family Guy" is going legit. In a first of its kind for a primetime skein, 20th Century Fox Television is partnering with Montreal Comedy Festival producer Just for Laughs to mount a two-hour stage…
Paramount legal exec Steve Madoff has been promoted to a position that includes international responsibility for home entertainment and pay TV.