- First-Run VOD. // Multichannel News;10/6/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 40, p10A
Presents information on the first-run video-on-demand film titles offered by Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures Warner Bros. and other major studios that supply product to cable operators.
- First-Run VOD. // Multichannel News;6/7/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 23, p66
Lists the first-run and continuing movies in the video-on-demand window from the major studios in the U.S. that supply product to cable operators as of June 7, 2004.
- A SEDUCTIVE PATH TO THE LAUNCH PAD. // Multichannel News;6/9/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 23, p29
Video-on-demand (VOD) is often considered a beneficial feature for blockbuster U.S.-made movies and repurposed programming from cable networks. However, some independent start-up services struggling to gain distribution are using the technology to gain access to otherwise crowded analog and...
- Warner eyes cable for fifth net. JF // Broadcasting & Cable;10/25/93, Vol. 123 Issue 43, p65
Reports on the possibility of using local cable channels acquired by broadcasters during retransmission consent negotiations as Warner Brothers Inc.s' fifth network affiliates. Use of Katz Communications as a liaison to stations with second channels; Reaction of cable operators; Group owners...
- Warner's WeB whipped. Freeman, Michael // MediaWeek;01/20/97, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p4
Reports on Warner Bros.' business plan for its hybrid cable network called WeB. Television shows destined for the cable network; WB's lack of broadcast outlets in 40 of the top 100 markets; Features of the plan; Criticism from television stations.
- WB snubs BSkyB in inking PPV pact. Boehm, Erich // Variety;10/20/97, Vol. 368 Issue 11, p39
Announces a pay-per-view movie deal inked by four cable operators in Great Britain with Warner Brothers. Background on negotiations for the deal.
- NEW WINDOW FOR PPV? Gruenwedel, Erik // Home Media Retailing;1/8/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p10
The article reports on the plans of several studios and cable companies, including Comcast Corp. and Warner Bros., to release movies simultaneously on DVD and video-on-demand in 2006.
- How Much Would YOU Pay for a Movie? Farrell, Mike; Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News;10/11/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 38, p10
The article discusses the move of the cable operators and movie studios to initiate a strategy for viewing movies at home through the premium video-on-demand (VOD) window in the U.S. Warner Bros., Walt Disney Co., and Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., along with cable operators, have taken the...
- Warner Bros. in Eurosport mobile tie-up. Chandiramani, Ravi // Marketing (00253650);12/20/2001, p9
Reports on the partnership between Warner Bros and Eurosport to create the first multinational mobile marketing campaign as part of the film company's efforts to bolster its customer base. Television campaign for 'Ocean's Eleven'; Situation in the entertainment industry represented by the...