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Sunday, March 05, 2017
GameFly Adds Movies to Disc-by-Mail Service

Starting April 4, by-mail video game rental service GameFly will begin offering movie options to its customers, offering a new alternative to Netflix’s service.

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CBS CEO Les Moonves Les Moonves: Dish, Disney AutoHop Deal ‘Not Enough' for CBS

While characterizing Dish’s landmark retransmission agreement with The Walt Disney Co. as a “great start,” CBS CEO Les Moonves told an investor group that precluding pay-TV subscribers from skipping ads on recorded primetime programming until three days (C3) after broadcast doesn’t work for CBS.

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Starz CEO Chris Albrecht Starz CEO: Our Choice Not to Renew Disney Pay-TV Deal

Speaking March 4 at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom confab in San Francisco, Starz CEO Chris Albrecht said the decision not to renew Disney was based more on a desire to focus on original programming and extend the brand than distribute Disney movies.

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ABI: Set-Top App Usage Rises

In 2013 only one of every 10 pay-TV households in America had access to applications on the set-top box, but that’s expected to climb rapidly, with nearly 40% of pay-TV households having set-top app access by 2019, according to ABI Research.

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Roku Launches HDMI-Compatible Stick

Roku March 4 bowed a new streaming Stick device that plugs into an HDMI port — suitable for wall-mounted TVs. The first-edition Stick — launched in 2012 — plugged into a USB port.

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Target's 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' exclusive set 'Catching' Retail Exclusives

Merchandising: 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' is receiving huge retail attention and arrives with a variety of exclusives from which consumers can choose.

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