Vidgame-oriented cable channel G4 has signed a carriage agreement with the National Cable TV Cooperative, which represents more than 1,000 independent cable operators and 6,500 systems with 14…
After a successful 2002, the DVD Entertainment Group trade org said it will spend 2003 pushing recordable DVDs and music on DVD with a range of con-sumer education and marketing initiatives.
The seemingly never-ending rumors of a sale of Vivendi Universal's vidgame unit kicked up a notch Friday when investment banking firm Investec issued a research note saying, as one banker put it…
Sometimes a player can't win for losing. That's the case for the vidgame industry, whose $10.3 billion in 2002 sales again outstripped domestic box office. But despite a record year, which included…
Digital-editing king Avid said it will support ways for users of Panasonic's AG-DVX100 camera to transfer video into its systems.
Microsoft released a digital tool kit that will make it easier to create piracy-defeating "second sessions" for music and other material on CDs.
The number of movies released in the nascent Digital VHS format will more than double early this year, with home entertainment units of Artisan and Universal adding a dozen mostly high-profile titles…
The battle between Silicon Valley and Hollywood went public with a fury Thursday, as leading computer congloms kicked off a campaign to paint the entertainment biz as the bad guy in wanting to…
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Lions Gate has bought back video distribution rights to nearly two dozen of its biggest titles from Universal Studios Home Video, including "Affliction," "Gods and Monsters" and "American Psycho."
Ronald Sanders is the latest Warner Home Video exec to be promoted as the company continues to restructure its management in the wake of the departure of prexy Warren Lieberfarb.
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