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WEEKEND BOXOFFICE ADVANCE: Will 'Josie' and 'Joe Dirt' Bump 'Spy Kids' and 'Spider' From the Top Spots?    13 Apr, 2001

News By: Ed Ochs


HIVE EXCLUSIVE: Will Video Be Recession Proof?    13 Apr, 2001

News By: Joan Villa

Video rentals are a cheap form of entertainment that could give the business a leg up in...More>>

2000 Game Report: Rentals Up, Sales Flat    13 Apr, 2001

News By: David Ward

The Interactive Digital Software Association sees a brighter picture this year. <BR> By DAVID WARDMore>>

DVD International to Promote Title With Web Streaming    13 Apr, 2001

News By: Seth Goldstein

Company hypes <I>Point of View</I> movie with free four-chapter sample. <BR> By SETH GOLDSTEINMore>>

Yahoo! Pulls Adult-Related Merchandise From Network    13 Apr, 2001

News By: Hive News

Company responds to users' concerns about proliferation of adult products and advertising on...More>>

Kozmo.com Ceases Operations, Fires Entire 1,100-Person Staff    12 Apr, 2001

News By: Hive News

Recent talks of a possible merger with L.A.-based online grocer PDQuick fell through after funding...More>>

To Die For: Kunis Tops 'American Psycho II'    12 Apr, 2001

News By: Staff Reporter


Spade's 'Dirt' Could Bury 'Em    12 Apr, 2001

News By: Staff Reporter


DVD Copyright-Breaking Code Published in Songs, Poems    12 Apr, 2001

News By: Hive News

Computer programmers and 1st Amendment advocates seek to skirt copyright laws, says <I>Wall Street...More>>

System Offers Chance to See and &#8216;Feel&#8217; Movie    12 Apr, 2001

News By: Jessica Wolf

The Odyssee system works with DVDs to bring movies to life with motion and vibrations.More>>