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Home Media Magazine publishes weekly reports of top home entertainment sales and rentals, along with detailed analysis of other trends affecting the home entertainment industry.

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Report: Consumers Happier With TV Services    7 Oct, 2009

News By: Chris Tribbey

Americans are more satisfied this year with their TV service providers compared to 2008, but that...More>>

OLED to Remain a Niche    6 Oct, 2009

News By: Jordan Harrison

Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) TV panels will only account for a small portion of global TV...More>>

Report: Consumers Don’t Want to Pay More for 3D in the Home    1 Oct, 2009

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Just 43% of consumers in a survey who said they were interested in watching 3D content at home are...More>>

‘X-Men’ Tops Sales Chart Again, ‘Ghosts’ Floats to Top of Rental Chart    30 Sep, 2009

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

X marks the spot, again. 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment’s <i>X-Men Origins: Wolverine</i>...More>>

Study Says Moviegoers Rely on Internet for Movie Info    30 Sep, 2009

News By: Billy Gil

A study of nearly 4,000 moviegoers says 93% use the Internet, including friends’ reviews on...More>>

DisplaySearch: LCD Shipments to Grow as Margins Drop    29 Sep, 2009

News By: Chris Tribbey

Year-over-year worldwide LCD TV shipments should grow nearly 25%, thanks to increased demand in...More>>

Report: Late 2009 HDTV Sales Rebound Expected    29 Sep, 2009

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Discount pricing, free Blu-ray Disc players and consumer interest in budget, midsize displays will...More>>

Rentrak Rates Viewer ‘Stickiness’    28 Sep, 2009

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Rentrak Sept. 28 released initial data from its nascent “stickiness” index designed to monitor...More>>

Parks Associates: Blu-ray Players ‘Still Not Taking Over The World’    24 Sep, 2009

News By: Chris Tribbey

While about 5 million standalone Blu-ray Disc players will be purchased by broadband households in...More>>

‘Wolverine’ Slashes Up the Charts    23 Sep, 2009

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

<i>X-Men Origins: Wolverine</i> debuted at No. 1 on all three national home video charts the week...More>>