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Saturday, September 16, 2017
Cable's SVOD Dilemma

Time Warner Cable has no interest in rolling out a standalone subscription streaming service similar to Netflix, pending CEO Rob Marcus told an investor group last week. At the same event, Steve Burke, CEO of NBC Universal, questioned whether over-the-top video services represent a legitimate business model.

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Tsujihara: UltraViolet Is 'on the Right Path'

Warner CEO says the cloud-based digital locker system has 15 million accounts, will be available at Target in October.

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'World War Z' Survival Skills

Paramount Home Media Distribution marked the arrival of the Brad Pitt film on Blu-ray Disc by hosting an “apocalypse survival” theme camp in the back recesses of Griffith Park Sept. 12.

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New on Disc: 'Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie' and more …

This week, Mike Clark looks at 'Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie' on Blu-ray.

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Projections: 'Star Trek' Sets Course for No. 1

The parade of major titles heading into the fourth quarter continues with Paramount’s 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' which should debut as the top-selling and renting home video after a $228.8 million take at U.S. theaters and the support of the franchise’s fan base.

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