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Sunday, October 15, 2017
U.K. Gets First UltraViolet Vendor

Blinkbox, the electronic sellthrough movie and TV show platform owned by British supermarket chain Tesco, Oct. 14 announced it is now selling movies with UltraViolet functionality — the first official vendor for the cloud-based digital locker in the United Kingdom.

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Netflix CCO Ted Sarandos Ted Sarandos Decries 'Antiquated' Theatrical Window

There’s a reason Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos was the keynote Oct. 14 at MIPCOM in Cannes, France. The outspoken executive has made waves in recent years criticizing movie theater chains for strangling innovation and consumer choice through a byzantine release window that stretches more than three months.

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Millennials like online video Youth Won't be Served Much Longer by Pay-TV

If the 18- to 34-year-old demo is most desired by Madison Ave., marketers might rethink pay-TV as a means of reaching them. A new comScore study finds that Millennials are 77% more likely to have never subscribed to pay-TV (“cord-nevers”), with 67% more likely to have ended their bundled channel TV subscription (“cord-cutters”).

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Starz Eyeing International Streaming Service

Starz LLC is exploring options abroad to roll out a Web-based streaming service featuring its original programing and third-party movies, according to a source familiar with the situation.

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Best Buy's 'X-Men' gift set Plenty of Retail Power for 'X-Men'

Merchandising: Fans had their pick among retail exclusive editions for Fox's Oct. 14 home video release of 'X-Men: Days of Future Past.'

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