LOVEFiLM announced that it has signed a video streaming licensing agreement with NBCUniversal International Television Distribution.
Digital Cinema Initiatives announced that it is currently pondering the development of voluntary guidelines or specifications related to the distribution of motion pictures in stereoscopic 3D at frame rates above the current 24 frames per second per eye.
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.
The British Video Association (BVA) announced that it is coordinating a promotional Blu-ray Disc (BD) bundle offer ahead of the FIFA World Cup in South Africa, being televised in HD for the first time. According to the statement, as part of the BVA’s continued campaign to promote the Blu-ray format it has brokered a partnership [...]
Several major Hollywood studios and cable companies announced that they have joined forces for a significant push to expand consumer awareness of Movies On Demand, a service that provides a convenient and affordable way to rent top-grossing box office hits on cable.
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.