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Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Q2 Revenue Declines    31 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Oct. 31 reported second-quarter (ended Sept. 30) revenue of $162...More>>

Netflix Ending 'House of Cards' Following Kevin Spacey Sexual Harassment Allegation     30 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Netflix reportedly will end its critically acclaimed original series “House of Cards" following...More>>

YouTube TV Bows App    30 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Online television service YouTube TV is bowing a branded app. The Google-owned over-the-top video...More>>

GameStop Offering Used Video Game Rentals    30 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

GameStop, which is facing challenging times in the packaged video game retail market, reportedly...More>>

The Dove Channel Available on Roku Devices in Canada    30 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Cinedigm Oct. 30 announced that The Dove Channel, its over-the-top video service, is now available...More>>

Price Play    30 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

SVOD services are experimenting with pricing, as competition mounts along with original programming...More>>

'Star Trek: Discovery' Renewed for Season 2    27 Oct, 2017

News By: John Latchem

In response to record subscriber growth for its SVOD service, CBS All Access Oct. 23 announced that...More>>

Amazon CFO: Prime Video Having 'Great' Results    26 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Despite recent management changes at Amazon Studios, including the departure of studio head Roy...More>>

Universal Increases Q3 Home Entertainment Revenue 14.4%    26 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Strong retail sales of 'The Fate of the Furious' contributed to Universal Pictures Home...More>>

Comcast Loses 125,000 Video Customers in Q3    26 Oct, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

The bloodletting among pay-TV operators continues. Comcast Oct. 26 reported a loss of 125,000 video...More>>