Information-based programming and documentaries have found new life thanks to DVD, and so has A&E's homevid unit.
History, it turns out, is a very touchy subject that each country takes quite personally. That's why A&E's History Channel has taken a different approach to launching spinoff channels in foreign…
Canuck film and TV production was up 4% last year to C$4.9 billion ($3.8 billion), but local producers warn the industry is facing its worst crisis in years. Homegrown production is stagnant and…
Eager to extend its brand beyond the limping TV listings mag biz, TV Guide has licensed its brand name to Falcon Picture Group for a range of classic TV DVDs.
With an eye to tapping the hugely lucrative but still nascent overseas market for DVD TV and film product, Gotham-based Lorber Media has joined forces with U.K. distrib 3DD Entertainment to launch a…
The 1969 Sid & Marty Krofft Saturday morning kids show "H.R. Pufnstuf" is the latest TV series to be resurrected for DVD, and it's also getting a boost from TV Land.
Mohammed Saeed al-Sahaf, the former Iraqi Minister for Information better known as "Comical Ali," is fast becoming an entertainment commodity.
"The Butterfly Effect" co-directors Eric Bress and J. Mackeye Gruber have already completed the bonus features for the DVD version of their movie, which opens this weekend. New Line says the…
As much as ABC would like to rebuild its 22-hour sked one half-hour brick at a time, eventually it's gonna need someone to do the heavy lifting.
PBS Home Video has inked a five-year deal with Paramount Home Entertainment for distribution of its homevideo line, ending its 10-year run with Warner Home Video.
Showtime has given Matthew Duda, executive VP of program acquisitions and planning, the additional job of distributing the network's shows in foreign and domestic distribution, covering both TV and…