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Friday, February 17, 2017
Coinstar CEO: Blu-ray Rentals Likely by Mid-Year, at Higher Price

On the heels of a distribution deal with former litigant Warner Home Video, Coinstar CEO Paul Davis Feb. 16 said its Redbox subsidiary would likely begin offering Blu-ray Disc rentals by the middle of the year.

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Redbox Agrees to 28-Day Window for Warner Titles

In a major move that further solidifies a retail window for DVD/Blu-ray Disc movies, Warner Home Video and Redbox Feb. 16 said they have ironed out an agreement whereby the kiosk vendor has agreed to delay receipt of the studio’s new releases for 28 days.

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Best Buy's <i>New Moon</i> Exclusives Retailers Anxious for 'New Moon'

Merchandising: Why bother with new releases when the home video debut of the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2009 is still a month away?

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T-Mobile Offers Blockbuster On Demand Movies

Blockbuster's drive toward a multi-platform movie rental/sellthrough business took a major step Feb. 16 when the Dallas-based service said T-Mobile USA would begin offering its content downloads on the new Windows-based HTC HD2 mobile phone beginning March 24.

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MOD Systems Expands Management Team

MOD Systems, which is testing distribution of Hollywood movies via Secure Digital (SD) memory cards, USB drives and portable devices, Feb. 16 said it has expanded its management team.

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