A flurry of new releases the week before the Memorial Day weekend pounded the national home video charts with new faces the week ended May 25, led by Sony Pictures’ 'The Monuments Men,' a historical drama about a World War II art-rescue squad that debuted at No. 1 on both sales charts as well as Home Media Magazine’s rental chart.
Walmart may be the perennial king selling movie discs throughout its expansive retail footprint of 11,000 stores, but efforts to replicate that success online remain a work in progress, new CEO Doug McMillon told a technology group.
After initially selling the PlayStation 4 (PS4) at a loss, Sony Corp. is already turning a profit off the console six months after it first launched in North America, Sony CEO and president Kazuo Hirai said during a recent company presentation.
Following the lead of Google and CenturyLink and their 1-gigabit Internet offerings, Cox Communications announced it will soon test 1-gigabit Internet speeds in several U.S. communities, with a planned marketwide deployment by the end of 2016.
Vubiquity May 28 said it has bought FilmFlex, a white-label video-on-demand platform in the United Kingdom, from Sony Pictures Television and The Walt Disney Co. Fiscal terms of the transaction were not disclosed.