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Monday, November 13, 2017
AFM Panel: Tread Carefully With VOD, Indies

Speaking during a panel at the annual American Film Market conference, Amy Friedlander Hoffman, founder of consulting firm Priority Digital Media, moderated a panel that focused on the opportunities and pitfalls for indie filmmakers looking to get their product recognized in an increasingly crowded space.

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Dish Looking to ‘Improve’ Blockbuster @Home

Dish Network, which acquired Blockbuster and its licenses in 2011, has big plans for the rental icon — except they don’t involve packaged media.

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DEG, CEA Partner on Ultra HD Promotion

DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group and the Consumer Electronics Association Nov. 12 announced a new collaboration to help develop and promote Ultra High-Definition televisions, compatible products and 4K content for the home entertainment industry.

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Blockbuster Posts $23.4M Third-Quarter Operating Loss

Blockbuster LLC Nov. 12 reported a third-quarter (ended Sept. 30) operating loss of $23.4 million, compared with an operating loss of $11.9 million during the previous-year period. Through the first nine months of the year, Blockbuster has lost $27.9 million.

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The team behind 'The Sandlot' campaign 'Sandlot' Blu-ray Campaign Wins PR Award

The promotional campaign in support of 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment's 20th anniversary Blu-ray of 'The Sandlot' was a big winner at the Nov. 6 PRism Awards honoring excellence in public relations.

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Target and Walmart exclusive 'Man of Steel' packaging Exclusives Made of 'Steel'

Merchandising: Warner’s Superman reboot 'Man of Steel' arrived on shelves with several retailers offering exclusive content.

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