High tech equals high interest. Witness the huge turnouts around the highest-tech demonstrations at the National Association of Broadcasters' recent Las Vegas convention. This continuing fascination…
The National Cable Television Assn. has come out swinging against broadcast industry efforts to use the transition to high-definition TV as a vehicle for becoming multichannel data providers.
A consortium of executives from a number of established multimedia companies, including Electronic Arts, has banded together to launch Creative Insights Inc., a new venture devoted to developing…
Blockbuster Entertainment Corp. Tuesday reported record first-quarter profits and revenues as its video rental operations turned in a strong performance.
By launching a homevideo line devoted to family-oriented films, indie producer/director Roger Corman hopes to match the success he's had with films in his trademark genres, erotic thrillers and…
The daily double $ 1,600/hour Colpix execs in L.A. are watching "Fortune Hunter" dailies from Florida via a fiber-optic network that's estimated to cost $ 400 an hour compared with $ 2,000 for a…
Fifty U.S., European and Asian companies agreed Thursday on standards for digital video cassette recorders, which provide better picture quality and cleaner copies of tapes.
As the burgeoning interactive industry continues to expand, Interactive Marketing Inc. has announced the Conference on Interactive Marketing/East will be held May 8-11 in Orlando, Fla.
In an effort to capture a bigger share of the burgeoning high-tech marketplace, public relations giant Rogers & Cowan announced that it has created RC 2 Enteractive Promotions, which will be based in…
Long known for its commitment to independent filmmakers, the Sundance Institute is entering the fast-moving world of multimedia with the announcement that it will create the Sundance Interactive…
Stock market realities may be forcing Viacom to return its deal with Blockbuster Video to the shelf, unopened.