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Friday, October 20, 2017
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales 'Pirates' Maintains Top Disc Sales Spot; 'Baby Driver' Debuts at No. 2

Walt Disney Studios' 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' held onto the top spot on the home video sales charts the week ended Oct. 14, while Sony Pictures' 'Baby Driver' debuted at No. 2.

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MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe Mitch Lowe: 'Movie Distribution System Broken'

MoviePass, the fledgling subscription-based theatrical movie ticket service, will continue to rely on debt or equity offerings and increased revenue from subscribers to fund operations, CEO Mitch Lowe told 'Bloomberg Markets.'

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CFO Says Verizon Seeking OTT Option as Video Subs Depart

Verizon continues to search for an over-the-top video business that is unique and an alternative in a growing market of online TV and subscription streaming video services, according to CFO Matthew Ellis.

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Movies Anywhere a Good Next Step, But Some Digital Ownership Holes Remain

The introduction of Movies Anywhere, an expansion of the Disney Movies Anywhere platform to include four more studios, is the most significant advancement of the promotion of digital ownership since the launch of UltraViolet.

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Send Nominations for the Movers & Shakers Special Section

This special section of 'Home Media Magazine' will focus on the home entertainment industry’s most influential people, highlighting the Movers and Shakers who are shaping home entertainment today and setting the foundation for the business of tomorrow. On the digital frontier, as well as in the disc business, these top executives are building the industry.

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