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Disney sells Movies.com to Comcast's Fandango

Ticketing site, which Comcast purchased last year, will be able to provide more movie news and reviews information with the Movies.com acquisition.

By June 23, 2008


Go.com previews Movies.com entertainment site

Disney's Web portal has quietly launched Movies.com in a step toward transforming itself from a general-interest portal to an entertainment destination, CNET News.com has learned.

By April 19, 2000


Fox licenses film catalog to In Demand

Film studio 20th Century Fox said Monday that it has expanded its deal with In Demand, a top provider of cable pay-per-view entertainment, to include licensing for video-on-demand services. Under the deal, In Demand will have video-on-demand rights to Fox's current movie releases and select titles from its film library. Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. The deal comes on the heels of Fox's departure from Movies.com, a video-on-demand venture with Walt Disney. Los Angeles-based Fox, a unit of News Corp., said it pulled out of the yet-to-be-launched site because of potential regulatory issues with distribution over the Internet.

By May 6, 2002


Go.com shines spotlight on new movies site

Disney's Web network raises the curtain on Movies.com, marking the company's latest attempt to lure entertainment-hungry Net users.

By May 22, 2000