Twentieth Century Fox is to wave goodbye to 35mm film and make all of its movies going forward digital by 2014.
It's all change at the top for BSkyB, which has announced that its chairman James Murdoch is to stop heading up the company.
Twentieth Century Fox believes that glasses-free 3D TV technology and poor real-time 2D to 3D conversion are doing more harm than good when it comes to showing 3D off in a good light.
Danny Kaye of 20th Century Fox has revealed that the movie studio is still behind the UltraViolet digital locker service but much more needs to be done before it adds its own content to it.
Twentieth Century Fox believes that European Blu-ray sales over Christmas will help deliver the first rise in full year home entertainment spending since 2004.
ExclusiveWith the announcement that Twentieth Century Fox is to add Android to its list of devices compatible with its digital copy service, there seems to be something of a question mark surrounding Blu-ray.
Plans for US studios to offer new-release movies on-demand just weeks after their theatrical releases have been met with stern disapproval from American cinema owners.
Microsoft's various video sites are undergoing a huge resurgence in the US, with the likes of Bing and MSN pushing the software giant back into fourth spot in the rankings.
Fox is looking to some re-instate some old-school DVD features to bring its Blu-ray discs bang up to date.