DVD-ROM title revenues expected to exceed half-billion by year's end
- Video and music industries expected to shrug off arrival of DVD. // EMedia Professional;Feb98, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p12
Reports on predictions by Forrester Research concerning the market for digital videodiscs.
- DVD market projected at $6 billion in 2000. // CD-ROM Professional;Jun95, Vol. 8 Issue 6, p16
Presents estimates by Paul Kagan Associates on the growth of the digital video disc (DVD) market around the year 2000. Sales of DVD players; Impact on the sale of prerecorded videocassettes; Expected net revenues of distributors.
- 'Expendables,' 'Eat' Race to Top. Latchem, John // Home Media Magazine;11/29/2010, Vol. 32 Issue 48, p6
The article presents forecasts for the sales and rental performance of the videodisc releases of the films "The Expendables" and "Eat Pray Love."
- The World's Not Yet High-Def. Arnold, Thomas K. // Home Media Magazine;9/9/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 36, p6
The author asserts that predictions made about the possible growth of high-definition discs in the fourth quarter of 2007 might not happen yet. He mentions the consensus in Hollywood that such technology will experience growth by the fourth of quarter of 2008 instead of 2007. He cites a study by...
- ALL IN THE FAMILY (Videodisc). Simels, Steve // Sound & Vision;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 67 Issue 6, p108
Reviews the digital videodisc 'All in the Family: The Complete First Season.'
- '95 a banner year for sell-through. Fitzpatrick, Eileen // Billboard;12/23/95, Vol. 107 Issue 51, p67
Looks at the video market in Los Angeles, California, for 1995. Fast selling video; Revenues; Comments from MCA senior Vice President of sales and marketing, Andrew Kairey.
- THIRTEEN GHOSTS (Motion picture). Fierman, Daniel // Entertainment Weekly;4/5/2002, Issue 647, p97
Reviews the motion picture 'Thirteen Ghosts,' starring Tony Shalboub and Matthew Lillard and released in digital video disc.
- 'FAMILY' REUNION. Tucker, Ken // Entertainment Weekly;3/29/2002, Issue 646, p52
Reviews the digital video disc version of the motion picture 'All in the Family: The Complete First Season.'
- Laserdisc. Daly, Steve // Entertainment Weekly;7/24/92, Issue 128, p66
Reviews the laserdisc `How Green Was My Valley,' starring Walter Pidgeon and Maureen O'Hara.