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Saturday, May 20, 2017
Avatar ‘Avatar’ Still Top Seller

Avatar retained its grip on the national home video sales charts the week ended May 16, fending off challenges from three new moderately successful theatrical releases.

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Google Set to Bow ‘Smart TV’

Google, together with Sony and Intel, reportedly will announce plans to incorporate Internet-based software into a set-top box that would allow users to control programming on their television and Web-enabled devices, including Blu-ray Disc players.

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Report: Internet Video to Trump Broadcast by 2020

By 2020 consumers will watch more online video than they do broadcast TV, according to a report from research firm The Diffusion Group.

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Nielsen: Blu-ray Drives PS3 Purchases

Eschewing conventional wisdom that a high-profile, platform-specific video game drives console sales, nearly two out of three people (65%) looking to buy a Sony PlayStation 3 console said they consider Blu-ray Disc compatibility the top motivating factor, according to a new report.

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Alice in Wonderland Coinstar CFO: 28-Day Window for Kiosks Not ‘De Facto’

Despite signing recent pacts with three studios that delay new-release DVDs from kiosks for 28 days, J. Scott Di Valerio, CFO for Redbox parent Coinstar, said that window won’t be the norm for every studio.

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