Contributors to the "Veronica Mars' crowdfunding campaign said they felt "ripped off" because of their struggles to download the movie
Mark Teitell talks with TheWrap about the cloud-based system's plans to move beyond the early adopter phase -- and what Comcast could mean for home...
Industry on track to grow slightly in 2013, thanks to cloud technology and earlier releases
Media giant becomes first cable operator to offer digital copies for purchase
Lionsgate Co-COO Steve Beeks predicts big things for UltraViolet
Almost a year after its dim debut, the cloud-based platform now boasts more than 5 million accounts -- thanks to a deal with Walmart
'Sushi Girl' will debut on Premium VOD and Ultraviolet before a theatrical run
M-GO is a joint venture between DreamWorks and Technicolor
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?
Retailer will begin offering the cloud-based system via Vudu
Report says that the industry continues to struggle with declining movie attendance and the rise of digital platforms
The Disney chief Bob Iger told analysts that UltraViolet sales are "not as robust" as expected
People are interested in services like UltraViolet and iCloud, but they are still confused about the benefits of digital rights lockers
Awareness is still low, but more studios and retailers are joining the consortium behind the cloud-based format
The old way of doing business is over, and as more content moves into the stream and the cloud, the industry is getting leaner
Hopes are high, but will the video anywhere platform be enough to shore up the sputtering DVD market?
Three industry executives show how promoting and monetizing content ownership is key to the industry's future -- and explain UltraViolet
EXCLUSIVE: Buyers will be able access the films through any device connected to the cloud-based service
The back-end work is done, and for a fee retailers and studios can begin linking up to the digital rights locker
The cloud-based technology is debuting this Fall, but without Apple can the video anywhere platform pull off a miracle?
Apple is late again to another dawning realm of digital distribution -- but like before, it may well be poised to dominate
Will Hollywood leave behind a dying home entertainment model for a more audacious strategy that unlocks the power of the giants of the Internet --...
In the next six months, digital-rights lockers will begin rolling out through members such as Best Buy, Sony and Warner Brothers
Brand, logo and website set for a video-sharing program that allows downloads to play on any device -- supported by five studios, cable operators, Microsoft...