SENSIO Technologies announced that it has signed a licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures to make select 3D movies available through SENSIO’s 3DGO! Transactional Video-on-Demand (TVOD) service.
Paramount Home Media Distribution and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group announced that they have reached a distribution deal centering on more than 600 catalog titles from the Paramount film library.
M-GO announced that it has signed content licensing agreements with a number of major studios and plans to become an UltraViolet retailer.
Amazon.com announced that it has signed a three-year streaming licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures.
Oakley, Inc. announced its new limited edition 3D glasses with custom graphics that promote the debut of Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
EPIX announced the results of its latest survey of U.S. online video viewers.
Netflix, Inc. announced a new five year licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures that adds over 350 new movie titles, including the exclusive subscription television rights to all first-run films, to Netflix’s Canadian streaming video service.
Some sad news to pass along today. Peter R. Gardiner, retired film studio executive and son of the late British-born film and television actor Reginald Gardiner, has died.
Lionsgate Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox, Universal Pictures and Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. announced their support for the UltraViolet service and format created by the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE).
Technicolor announced it has installed its Technicolor 3D system on more than 250 screens in North America just four months after its initial debut in theatres.
EPIX and Netflix, Inc. announced an agreement through which Netflix members can instantly watch an array of new releases and library titles from EPIX streamed over the Internet from Netflix. According to the statement, movies from the multi-year deal will begin streaming from Netflix on September 1, 2010 and include titles from Paramount, Lionsgate and [...]
Technicolor announced that it has reached an agreement with New York City-based Bow Tie Cinemas to install Technicolor 3D in all Bow Tie locations on 25 of its 150 screens.