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Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Analyst: Amazon Music Service Lifts Value of Prime

Amazon’s new on-demand music streaming service increases the appeal of Amazon Prime, but isn’t a serious competitor with the likes of Pandora or Spotify, at least not yet, according to Michael Pachter, analyst with Wedbush Securities.

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U.K. Retail Concerned About Third Quarter

While much of the United Kingdom hopes the national soccer team advances deep into the month-long World Cup tournament in Brazil, entertainment retailers say the quadrennial event — coupled with a smaller movie release slate — could dampen packaged-media sales in the third quarter through Sept. 30.

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Xbox Begins Offering Free Access to Third-Party Apps

Microsoft has begun enabling anyone using an Xbox 360 or Xbox One console free access to third-party content apps such as Netflix, Hulu Plus or ESPN, among others.

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DEG, CEA, Others Agree on High-Resolution Audio Terms

DEG: The Digital Entertainment Group (DEG), the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), The Recording Academy and three major music labels have come together to agree on a formal definition of high-resolution audio.

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Lego Movie, The (3D Blu-ray Review)

What stands out most about 'The Lego Movie,' aside from the humor and clever premise, is the way the CG animation mimics the quirks of the stop-motion technique, which is all the more effective in 3D and a great way to celebrate the unique nature of Lego as a toy line. (Street Date 6/17/14)

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