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Monday, December 11, 2017
Saunders Leaves Redbox

Redbox Dec. 10 announced its president, Anne Saunders, has left the company, with J. Scott Di Valerio, CEO of parent company Outerwall, taking over on an interim basis until a permanent replacement can be found.

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(L-R): Jim Bottoms, Audra Priluck, Mark Kirstein, Chad Andrews, Ben Spergel and Tom Adams at Forecast:Hollywood Dec. 10. Analysts: Profit Still in Physical Media … For Now

Tom Adams, senior principal analyst of U.S. Media for IHS Screen Digest, Dec. 10 shared one of his favorite terms regarding content: “Why deliver atoms when you could deliver bits?”

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Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes Bewkes: 'The World is Going to VOD'

From time-shifted distribution of movies and TV shows on the DVR, to the advent of subscription video-on-demand services such as Netflix, dissemination of home entertainment to the consumer is an increasingly fractured experience, which Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes says is a good thing.

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Disney CFO Jay Rasulo Disney CFO: Netflix/Marvel Deal Follows ‘Avengers’ Strategy

Disney's announcement last month that it would create four original live-action mini-series for Netflix based on Marvel’s flawed heroes of Hell’s Kitchen, follows a blue print the media company set producing The Avengers — the top box office movie of 2012, CFO Jay Rasulo told an investor group.

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Verizon Eyes Streaming Sports and News

In the rapidly evolving home entertainment landscape with increased access to movies, episodic programming and live TV via broadband sources, subscription video-on-demand services such as Redbox Instant and Netflix delivering news and sports programming is not far fetched, Verizon Communications CEO Lowell McAdam told an investor group.

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