Home Entertainment Poised to Grow After 5-Year Losing Streak 22 weeks ago
After five years of decline, the battered home-entertainment industry is seeing some daylight.
Not only has the bleeding stopped, but the...
By Brent Lang
Sales of digital subscriptions were up slightly
With their film franchises fading, the studios are buying again, but with money still tight, the chances a project will be greenlit have increased
Producer Mike Medavoy, critic Joe Morgenstern, "Warrior" director Gavin O'Connor and others on how movies can survive after a brutal box office year
By month's end, 20 scripts had been purchased
Good news -- and bad -- for publishers touting Apple's tablet as savoir
In 12 hours, more than a quarter of available tickets to "Never Say Never" preview have been sold
Woody and Buzz best "How to Train Your Dragon" and "Predators"
Net profit for Seattle-based retailer is up 16 percent on strength of Kindle sales
Sales of discs decline 8 percent through the first nine months of the year, Digital Entertainment Group reports
Turns out that selling an expensive consumer-electronics display format in the middle of a global economic downturn is proving to be not as easy as anticipated
Amanda Seyfried's "Letters to Juliet" takes second and third place on the rental and sales end
"Why Did I Get Married Too?" is the week's best-selling disc
"Date Night" remains the week's most rented disc, while "Last Song" loses a few steps
Pair combined to earn $110 million in last year, topping Forbes list
Lines, anticipation build for upgraded tablet
Despite AMA controversy, "For Your Entertainment" is a chart topper.
Merchandise for star of studio's next animated film is selling fast.
Movie rental revenue rose 8% in the first half of the year, but sales of DVDs fell 13.5%.
Holiday sales of Blu-ray Disc players were strong enough to sustain industry hopes that the struggling format may be able to pull in money for the studios.
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