Comcast is taking another step into the online gaming business with a new vidgame-on-demand service for its broadband Internet subscribers. It's part of a broader strategy by the cable and Internet…
In Demand, the largest distributor of pay-per-view movies and events in the U.S., has pushed its video-on-demand service into a record 12 million homes.
Pop artist Eamon has emerged at the top of the first ringtones chart to provide accurate data for the U.K. market, with a ringtone from the track "I Don't Want You Back."
Skyrocketing DVD sales boosted Germany's home entertainment industry to record growth of 8.1% to E361.5 million ($442.4 million) in the first quarter of 2004.
O2 Germany, the German arm of mobile operator MMO2, has struck a deal with Sony Music Germany to deliver new singles to mobile customers two weeks before the CDs hit stories.
There's one last chapter left in the saga known as "The Reagans." Lions Gate Home Entertainment has just released the controversial movie on DVD, and among the extras included on the disc are some…
Columbia TriStar Home Entertainment is rushing Guillermo del Toro's "Hellboy" to DVD on July 20, less than 16 weeks after it opened in theaters, where it generated $59 million.
Patrick Fitzgerald has been promoted to exec VP of sales, distribution and trade marketing at Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
Sony Music has signed a deal with antipiracy tech company Audible Magic to register its entire catalog so that it may be blocked for trading on peer-to-peer networks.
DirecTV on Friday affirmed it plans to launch two satellites capable of broadcasting video and supporting broadband Internet access as part of its Spaceway service.
Hoyts Film Distribution is ramping up its slate, bolstered by joint ventures with the local home entertainment arms of Universal and MGM.
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