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"Live By Request" Goes Video    11 Feb, 2002

News By: Hive News

Earth, Wind & Fire program debuts Feb. 26.More>>

"Potter" Cast Celebrates Finale on Disc    12 Nov, 2011

News By: Stephanie Prange

'Harry Potter' cast members gathered in Orlando to promote the final film in the series, 'Harry...More>>

"You Can Run, But You Can’t Hide"    9 Aug, 2013

News By: Chris Tribbey

Robert Redford spent nearly half a decade trying to get his thriller 'The Company You Keep' from...More>>

$2.5 Million Win on 'Jeopardy!' DVD    29 Aug, 2005

News By: Brendan Howard

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Nov. 8 (prebook Oct. 6) will release <I>Jeopardy!: An Inside Look...More>>

$21 Billion 2002 for Home Video    8 Jan, 2003

News By: Hive News

DVD rental share doublesMore>>

$298 BD Player at Wal-Mart    30 May, 2008

News By: Stephanie Prange

The long-rumored $298 Magnovox player (NB500MG9) has hit shelves at Wal-Mart.More>>

&#39;Chappelle: Season 2&#39; Sets TV DVD Sales Record    1 Jun, 2005

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

&#39;Chappelle&#39;s Show: Season 2 Uncensored&#39; has set a new TV DVD sales record, with...More>>

&#39;Crash&#39; Lands on Video Sept. 6    27 Jun, 2005

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

The acclaimed indie film <I>Crash</I> will be released on video Sept. 6, Lions Gate Entertainment...More>>

&#39;Tis the Season for Holiday Videos    20 Oct, 2004

News By: Meryl Schoenbaum


&#8216;American Werewolf&#8217; Prowls to DVD Sept. 18    31 Aug, 2001

News By: Fred Topel

No commentary track from director Landis, but he's hands-on. Stars David Naughton, Griffin Dunne do...More>>