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Thursday, March 30, 2017
Blockbuster Posts $68 Million Loss

Bankrupt Blockbuster Inc. generated a net loss of $68.4 million from Jan. 3 through Feb. 27 — a sobering reality that likely contributed to the packaged media rental icon Feb. 21 announcing plans to put itself up for sale.

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An independent movie store Video Buyers Group Confab Canceled

The Video Buyers Group said it would not hold its annual industry confab this summer in Minneapolis, citing the ongoing recession, retraction in the marketplace and related expenses.

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Chris Dodd New MPAA Head Addresses Piracy

In his inaugural state of the industry speech March 29, Chris Dodd, the new CEO and chairman of the Motion Picture Association of America, or MPAA, told members of the National Association of Theatre Owners, or NATO, that piracy remains “the single biggest threat we face as an industry.”

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Netflix Lowers Canadian Data Usage 66%

Netflix said beginning March 29 its Canadian subscribers would use 66% less data when streaming movies and TV shows with minimal effect on video quality.

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The Ten Commandments Consumer Commandments

Merchandising: The new 'Ten Commandments' Blu-ray means different things to different retailers.

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