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Hollywood Holding Course With 3D   25 Aug, 2011

3D faces a significant challenge in attracting consumers, but Hollywood continues to boost the...More>>

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Home Entertainment Doing Fine Despite Misguided Media Criticisms   30 Apr, 2015

The business is evolving, toward a digital distribution model, but if you look at the numbers...More>>

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Home Entertainment Execs Will Stay Afloat   2 Mar, 2012

I have no doubt the Summit Three – and whoever follows in their wake – will find work.More>>

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Home Entertainment's Old Face and New Face Share the Headlines   9 Mar, 2011

Blockbuster, representing the old face of the home entertainment business, received a further...More>>

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How to Remake the Home Entertainment Industry   25 Oct, 2011

Herman Cain may have his 9-9-9 plan to remake the tax system, but the Hermanator’s plan is...More>>

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I See, You See, We All See in 3-D   11 Apr, 2009

My kids are discovering 3-D at home.More>>

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I See, You See, We All See in 3D   11 Mar, 2010

3D, currently gripping theater-goers, will likely duplicate this success in the home.More>>

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I'm a Ladies Man....   6 Oct, 2010

'Home Media Magazine' is gearing up for its third annual Women in Home Entertainment issue.More>>

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I'm Not Going to Buy an iPad   29 Jan, 2010

No iPad purchase here, thanks to lack of Blu-ray Disc drive.More>>

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I've Got Friday on My Mind   15 Nov, 2010

Black Friday, which marks the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season, is a critical time...More>>

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Incentives Galore   2 Dec, 2009

It's a full-fledged assault on the masses, making Blu-ray Disc so irresistible few can refuse it.More>>

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Indie Resurgence?   24 Apr, 2009

With the recession taking a chunk out of DVD sales, studio executives are stepping up efforts to...More>>

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Harris Interactive Survey Gets Slammed   25 Jun, 2009

A consumer survey from Harris Interactive has stirred up controversy for allegedly overstating the...More>>

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Here We Go Again!   12 Aug, 2009

Redbox is going to court a second time, this time with a lawsuit against 20th Century Fox over the...More>>

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Holiday Spending Shows Packaged Media is Far From Dead   5 Dec, 2012

The old debate about whether consumers are price sensitive when it comes to purchasing Blu-ray...More>>

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Home Entertainment's Human Touch Alive and Well in New Orleans   14 Jul, 2011

It’s the middle of July, the daytime heat is unbearably hot, the nighttime streets are awash with...More>>

Thomas K. Arnold (second from left) with Entertainment One's Griffin Gmelich, Michael Rosenberg and Wally Schmidt.
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Home Entertainment's Mid-Life Crisis   18 Jun, 2014

Traditionally, when businesses find themselves in a mid-life crisis, they focus on reinventing...More>>

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Home Media – There’s No Escaping Us!   31 Aug, 2011

Our redesign to fit on iPads and other tablet computers is all part of the evolution of 'Home Media...More>>

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Honoring Eisuke Tsuyuzaki   31 Jan, 2011

Eisuke Tsuyuzaki is one of those intriguing individuals who believes technology is like a ball of...More>>

Eisuke Tsuyuzaki with Thomas K. Arnold, <i>Home Media Magazine's</i> publisher.
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki with Thomas K. Arnold, <i>Home Media Magazine's</i> publisher.
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki with Thomas K. Arnold, <i>Home Media Magazine's</i> publisher.
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki with Thomas K. Arnold, <i>Home Media Magazine's</i> publisher.
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki with Thomas K. Arnold, <i>Home Media Magazine's</i> publisher.
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki with Thomas K. Arnold, <i>Home Media Magazine's</i> publisher.
Eisuke Tsuyuzaki with Thomas K. Arnold, <i>Home Media Magazine's</i> publisher.
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Iger’s Ire Justified on Commercial-Skipping DVR   23 May, 2012

If we keep finding ways to circumvent commercials, eventually we'll come to the point where the...More>>

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