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Wednesday, November 08, 2017
Judge Sides With Dish, Allowing Ad-Skipping Technology

A Los Angeles District Court Judge Nov. 7 denied an injunction motion by Fox Broadcasting to ban Dish Network from marketing a digital video recorder featuring technology that allows users to automatically skip commercials on primetime programing.

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CBS Considering Streaming Network, Showtime Programming

CBS Corp. is considering for the first time licensing past seasons of current TV shows and Showtime Networks serials to subscription video-on-demand services such as Netflix and Hulu Plus.

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Bewkes: Warner to Expand Early Electronic Sellthrough for Theatrical Titles

In a sign of the times, Warner Bros. is aggressively targeting incremental revenue opportunities from alternative retail channels, in addition to greater focus on rental, including subscription video-on-demand services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video and Hulu Plus.

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Rentrak: Digital Data Tops Disc Rev-Share for the First Time

Rentrak Corp. for the first time generated more revenue from its media measurement business than its trademark disc rental revenue-sharing agreement.

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The Campaign 'Campaign' Wins a Close Election, Edging 'Secret'

Warner Home Video’s The Campaign topped both Nielsen VideoScan’s First Alert chart, which tracks overall disc sales, and its dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart for the week ended Nov. 4.

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