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Friday, February 17, 2017
Sling TV Adding Epix Channels

Sling TV, the $20 per month nascent standalone subscription streaming service owned by Dish Network, Feb. 16 announced it will soon carry Epix — the premium content channel co-owned by Lionsgate, Viacom and MGM.

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Netflix Coming to Aussie Pay-TV

In advance of launching subscription streaming service in Australia, Netflix Feb. 16 announced it inked an integration deal with Fetch TV — a first for a pay-TV operator down under.

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HBO Eyeing Digital HD Card in the U.K.

With a major domestic branding-affirmation campaign underway to pique HBO interest among non-subscribers, the premium channel’s home entertainment unit is considering adopting its Digital HD gift card retail strategy in the United Kingdom.

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Disc Sales Continue to Drive German Video Market

Despite the distraction of World Cup soccer (won by Germany) and the arrival of Netflix, the German home entertainment market saw total consumer spending fall just 5% to €1.64 billion ($1.87 billion) in 2014 from record revenue of €1.72 billion ($1.96 billion) in 2013, according to the Bundesverband Audiovisuelle Medien (BVV), the German home entertainment association.

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New Releases: Feb. 17, 2015

New releases for Feb. 17, 2015, include 'Birdman.'

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Projections: Sales Chart Seeing Spots

Disney should score big the week ending Feb. 15, with two big new releases hitting shelves: a Blu-ray re-release of the classic animated '101 Dalmatians' and the family comedy 'Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.'

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New on Disc: 'Kiss Me, Stupid' and more …

This week, Mike Clark looks at 'Kiss Me, Stupid.'

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