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Time Warner CEO: Electronic More Profitable Than DVD   17 Sep, 2008

Time Warner president and CEO Jeff Bewkes says the media company will continue to pursue digital distribution.More>>

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Roku Bows 3D Video   14 Feb, 2011

Roku, which helped launch Netflix’s streaming business in 2008, has bowed its first 3D content channel via third-party video-on-demand service WealthTV.More>>

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Cable Eying Bundling DVD with Premium VOD   10 Feb, 2011

Industry efforts to entice consumers to spend upwards of $30 for a digital rental of a new-release movie just weeks after the theatrical launch could involve bundling a DVD of the title, a studio executive said.More>>

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Fox to Bow Premium VOD by June   2 Feb, 2011

20th Century Fox Home Entertainment appears to be the second major studio to commit to offering premium video-on-demand to consumers in the home by the first half of the year.More>>

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Analyst: Studios Must Cut Theatrical Window in Half   1 Feb, 2011

With Netflix subscribers topping 20 million, Amazon on the cusp of launching its own streaming service and January box office revenue significantly down from a year ago, BTIG Research analyst Richard Greenfield says studios must cut the theatrical window by 50%.More>>

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Maya VOD Bows on Time Warner Cable   31 Jan, 2011

Maya Entertainment Feb. 2 will bow a Spanish/English language video-on-demand movie channel with Time Warner Cable.More>>

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Warner to Work With Major Retailers for Premium VOD   6 Dec, 2010

Time Warner Inc.’s planned rollout of premium video-on-demand (VOD) early next year will include traditional disc retailers such as Walmart, CEO Jeff Bewkes said.More>>

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Fox Cool to Premium VOD   9 Nov, 2010

Don’t expect 20th Century Fox Studios to expedite access to premium video-on-demand — Hollywood’s newest marketing effort aimed at generating higher margins from consumers willing to pay extra to watch select theatrical releases early in the home.More>>

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Experts Mull State of Connected Devices   19 Oct, 2010

HDTVs packed with tons of Internet applications are the norm today, so it was no surprise to hear experts on the subject debate, “Who’s the king of the digital living room?” Oct. 18 at the Variety Entertainment and Technology SummitMore>>

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Report: Economy, Not Technology, Driving ‘Cord-Cutting’   27 Sep, 2010

The Great Recession supposedly ended sometime last year, according to economists, but don’t tell that to pay-television operators, who saw a drop of 167,000 subscribers in the second quarter of 2010.More>>

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