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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
Blockbuster Ups In-Store Rental Options With ‘Blue Ticket’

Seeking to increase foot traffic in its nationwide base of 900 stores, Blockbuster LLC has stepped up rental options to include unlimited movies and video games for one monthly price.

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Retailers See ‘Blu’ Bottom Line

Sales of Blu-ray Disc movies and catalog DVDs have shown significant resilience in 2012 — despite operating in a market inundated with less expensive kiosk rentals and subscription video-on-demand, according to separate 10Q filings released this week by Hastings Entertainment and Trans World Entertainment Corp.

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Nielsen Study: More Cord-Cutting, More Time-Shifted Video Viewing

During the first quarter of the year there were more than 11 million American TV households without any type of cable, satellite or telecommunications service, a number that continues to increase quarter to quarter, according to a new Nielsen study. Traditional TV viewing was down 2% year to year.

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M-GO Signs Studios, Will Offer UltraViolet

M-GO, an entertainment application backed by Technicolor and DreamWorks Animation, has signed on five of the six major film studios, and will offer content day-and-date with disc when it launches later this year.

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Amazon's 'Titanic' Boxed Set Amazon Has 'Titanic' Set

Merchandising: Amazon.com doesn’t offer as many exclusives as its brick-and-mortar competitors. However, the online retailer is stepping things up with 'Titanic.'

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