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Saturday, December 09, 2017
burrows Burrows to Leave Paramount

Paramount Home Entertainment domestic president Meagan Burrows is leaving the company after 23 years, in the wake of Viacom’s companywide restructuring announced last week.

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Studios Reiterate ‘Final’ Offer to Actors

The trade association representing studios and television producers repeated their final contract offer to actors (originally presented June 30), which it said provided more gains than any other labor agreement in the Screen Actors Guild’s (SAG) history.

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Redbox Still Stocking Universal DVDs

Lawsuit doesn’t deter kiosk operator from offering ‘Wanted’ DVD for rent.

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Time Warner Cable Eyes Softening Market

The current economic slowdown remains volatile and unpredictable, said Glenn Britt, president and CEO of Time Warner Cable, even though cable television has historically been recession-proof due to being a subscription-based business instead of an ad-supported business.

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Blockbuster to Offer 99-cent Rentals

Seeking to undercut current economic woes and threats from DVD rental kiosks, Blockbuster in January reportedly will begin offering movies from 99 cents.

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