Netflix's 'House of Cards' Getting DVD, Blu-ray Release 6 weeks ago
"House of Cards" may be upending the way viewers watch television by releasing all of its episodes in one binge-friendly gulp,...
By Brent Lang
Forget waiting in line—studios are exploring new systems to deliver films whenever you want, on whatever device you choose.
Once focused on Blu-ray, extended feature development shifts to Apple's smart phone.
Company keeps rental prices low through business efficiencies.
With more big summer titles on the way in the fourth quarter, industry looks to pull out of its tailspin.
Jackson concert film will hit stores in early 2010.
Multi-territory agreement covers both SD DVD and Blu-ray formats.
Three years since its launch, the format still only generates about 6 percent of total home entertainment revenue.
Bravia LCD televisions, PlayStation 3 game consoles, Vaio computers and Blu-ray disc players will be 3-D capable.
A peak at the PR behind the Blu-Ray release of "A River Runs Through It."
After backing failed HD DVD, company will launch player.
The format is maintaining its growth pace despite the recession.
introduced a new feature of BD-Live and a new piece of Blu-ray hardware.
Piracy, falling prices and the rise of online viewing dragging down revenues.
About 9M discs sold from January through March -- up from 4.8M in last year's first quarter.
“You can't flood the market with every TV show, every reality show, and dump your library into the market all at one time
DVD sales numbers are not pretty—and they’re going to get worse. Is it the recession, or a much deeper problem?
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.
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga