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Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Studios Adopt New 'Digital' Monikers

Home entertainment studios Oct. 30 adopted new terminology — Digital HD and Digital — to refer to digital versions of filmed entertainment and television content across all consumer communication and packaging.

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Comcast Loses 129K Video Subs in Q3

Comcast Oct. 30 reported a third-quarter (ended Sept. 30) drop of 129,000 video subscribers, ending the period with more than 21.6 million video members. The decline was 12,000 more than the 117,000 video subs lost during the previous-year period.

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Rovi Corp. Reports Q3 Loss, May Sell DivX

Technology company Rovi Corp. Oct. 30 reported a third-quarter loss of $11.5 million, on revenue of $143 million. That’s compared with a third-quarter 2012 loss of $13.3 million on revenue of $163.7 million.

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Technicolor Revenue Drops, But DVD, Blu-ray Up

Paris-based Technicolor saw its third-quarter revenue drop from €922 million ($1.26 billion) to €881 million ($1.2 billion), with revenue drops in the company’s technology, entertainment services and digital segments.

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The Conjuring 'The Conjuring' Casts Spell on Sales Charts

With Halloween right around the corner, it’s no surprise that scary movies dominated the national home video sales chart for the week ended Oct. 27. At the top: Warner Home Video’s 'The Conjuring.'

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