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Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Redbox Offering Movies, Video Games For Sale

Redbox has begun offering select movies and video games for sale at its network of more than 40,000 kiosks nationwide. Rather than join the crowded electronic sellthrough market, the nation’s largest disc-rental service is giving consumers the option of buying DVD or Blu-ray Disc copies.

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Analyst Says PVOD Concern Overblown

Following a Wall Street firm’s recent note suggesting desperate Hollywood studios would likely pull the trigger on premium video-on-demand in the face of shrinking movie margins at the box office, another analyst says the rush to cannibalize moviegoers is premature.

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iTunes Losing Movie Rental/Sales Market Share

Apple iTunes, which in 2006 created the market for digital movie/TV show sales and rentals, has reportedly lost some of its leadership position.

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Analyst: SVOD Viewers Not All Alike

With most U.S. households having broadband, about two-thirds of them use subscription streaming video services such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu, among others. Yet, their time spent watching SVOD is hardly homogeneous, especially when it comes to TV viewing behavior and the role that subscription streaming plays, according to new data from TDG Research.

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New Releases: July 11, 2017

New releases for July 11, 2017, include 'The Fate of the Furious.'

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