As network TV execs ponder where all their primetime viewers have gone, consumers have so far this year forked out $500 million to buy favorite TV series -- both vintage and recent -- on DVD.
The Producers Guild of America has tapped Warren Beatty, Dino De Laurentiis and James Cameron as feature film honorees for its 15th annual award show Jan. 17 at the Century Plaza.
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Classic Media has expanded international broadcast and home video rights to "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer."
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The first season of "Three's Company" will be released on DVD Nov. 11, with a portion of proceeds being donated to United Cerebral Palsy in memory of star John Ritter.
Sketch comedy "In Living Color" and cult sci-fi hour "Roswell" will make the jump to DVD in February.
French TV and film producers can thank a hike in video sales for maintaining levels of public funding for production next year.
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Star Entertainment has bought TV and video rights to Universal's library of Tintin films for an undisclosed sum.
A high-definition edition of the Movie Channel will launch Dec. 1.