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Sunday, September 10, 2017
Mad Max: Fury Road 'Mad Max: Fury Road' Drives to Top of Disc Sales Charts

Warner's 'Mad Max: Fury Road' easily topped the national home video sales charts its first week in stores, debuting at No. 1 on the Nielsen VideoScan First Alert sales chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales, and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc sales chart the week ended Sept. 6.

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NBC Universal CEO Steve Burke CEO Gives Failing Grade to NBC Universal's Online Efforts

Despite NBC Universal operating about 50 branded websites targeting viewers and consumers, CEO Steve Burke believes the media company’s online efforts are lacking.

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Apple TV Apple TV Updates With Voice-Activated Content Search

Apple TV’s probable transition into a branded subscription streaming service may be on hold, but searching for digital movies to buy and stream got a lot easier.

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Les Moonves 'Guardedly Optimistic' About NFL Joining CBS All Access

As over-the-top video becomes more prevalent, one of traditional TV broadcast’s competitive comebacks has been live sports. With the NFL — the nation’s most popular professional sports league — set to begin play Sept. 10, accessing games via subscription streaming remains elusive — but not to CBS CEO Les Moonves.

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Comcast Ups College Live-TV Streaming Access

Comcast Cable has expanded access to Xfinity On Campus, a live-TV streaming service, from seven schools to 27, including Dartmouth, Loyola University (Maryland), Yale and Sonoma State, among others. Instead of requiring a subscription fee, Xfinity On Campus is included in room-and-board charges paid to the school. Students access programming with their school ID credentials.

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