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Sunday, November 05, 2017
Netflix to Stream in HD

It takes a laissez-faire attitude toward Blu-ray, but that isn’t stopping Netflix from quietly offering movie streams in high-definition later this month.

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Iron Man Helps Spike Paramount Home Entertainment Revenue

Despite being released the last day of the third quarter (ended Sept. 30), pre-sales of the Iron Man DVD and Blu-ray Disc helped buoy Paramount Home Entertainment revenue 30%, or $136 million, to $593 million, according to studio officials.

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Warner Using Streams to Combat Piracy in China

In an attempt to beat Chinese movie pirates at their own game, Warner Bros. has struck a deal with Beijing-based Union Voole Technology to offer copy-protected video-on-demand (VOD) rental streams of new releases from 60 cents to $1.

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Rentrak Shrugs Off 23% Profit Decline

During a quarter that saw DVD sales slip 3.5% and rentals 1.5%, Rentrak Corp. reported a 5% increase in second-quarter (ended Sept. 30) fiscal-2009 pay-per-transaction (PPT) DVD rental revenue to $21.2 million, from $20.3 million during the prior-year period.

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FiOS TV Bows ‘Home Enterstayment’ Offer

New customers signing up for Verizon’s FiOS TV by Dec. 31 will get 90 days of free access to three premium entertainment packages: Cinemax, HBO and FiOS TV’s Movie Package.

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