Jim Buckle leaves LoveFilm, Amazon's European-based streaming service
Lionsgate Co-COO Steve Beeks predicts big things for UltraViolet
Lionsgate will convert existing titles such as "Crank" and "The Decscent" into 3D
There are signs the home entertainment industry may be figuring out how to make people buy digital copies of movies
A five-fold spike in consumer spending on streaming services drives a 1.4 percent gain over same period last year, according to DEG report
The adaptation of Suzanne Collins' best-selling novel has already racked up nearly $650 million at the worldwide box office
Consumer spending on home entertertainment hit $4.5B in the first quarter, up 2.5% from a year ago, the Digital Entertainment Group reports. Blu-ray disc sales...
The studios are eager for Apple's iCloud service to boost movie ownership again, but are they giving too much power to the tech giant?
A final deal is still weeks away, says an insider
Jim Underwood replaces out-going John Calkins as exec VP of worldwide digital and commercial strategy
CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg conceded that "Kung Fu Panda 2" DVD and Blu-ray sales were lower than expected during the fourth quarter
Google is prepping a home entertainment system that would stream music wirelessly, according to an FCC filing
The disc sales business is circling the drain faster than ever, as more consumers opt to rent/stream movies through Netflix or Redbox rather than purchase...
With the disc business fading fast, and Netflix charging hard, film and TV studios are eager to find new online distribution platforms
Veteran executive oversaw worldwide distribution for MGM
Convening for Blu-con Tuesday, a panel of home-entertainment presidents claim things are looking up -- and real growth could return as soon as 2012
Senior bondholders would convert about $630 million of debt into equity of the restructured company.
Lionsgate will distribute two titles Nov. 30 as part of new pact
Small decline comes after 8% drop in first quarter, according to industry trade group
Reports best performance ever from library, sees strength in TV and home entertainment
Struggling rental chain will be able to offer new movies before Netflix and Redbox
Paramount title rules for week of Nov. 22.
Fox Home Entertainment hires former New Line marketing executive to oversee 4,100-title collection.
With more big summer titles on the way in the fourth quarter, industry looks to pull out of its tailspin.
Deal covers Sesame Workshop show's library, new content and digital downloads.
DVD kiosk renters sued Fox in August for copyright misuse and anti-trust violations.