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For the remainder of this month through October 14, Charter Communications is offering twelve Star Trek titles to rent from their Video On Demand...
Wall Street Casino gamblers seem to think Netflix's Reed Hastings is leaving money on the table by letting friends and family get a free ride on one account. Netflix may consider "family plans" at a different price tier to alleviate the problem and increase revenue.
Amazon Prime Instant Video is producing a pilot to the movie, Zombieland, along with Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the creative minds behind one of the top-grossing zombie movies ever made.
As of today, the beta testing of Redbox Instant by Verizon ends and the public roll-out of the service begins... and it's a lot like Netflix's approach in its early stages.
DreamWorks studios has announced the official release dates for Lincoln on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and digital formats. In the US, the film will be...
Summit Entertainment's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 sold an estimated 3.85 million combined Blu-ray and DVD units over weekend, following the film's...
Warner Bros. has stepped into the VOD streaming fray with their Warner Archive Collection Instant service, intending to go head-to-head with established streaming video companies such as Netflix and Hulu.
Time Warner Cable has added a bunch of new On-Demand movies under a category called "Hits of 2011." Cars 2, Super 8, and Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 are among the included titles. All of the movies are available in either SD (Standard Definition) or HD (High Definition) resolution.
For the July 4th weekend Dish Network will offer five movies for 99 cents each via their DISH Cinema channel. The movies are no slouches either. The lineup includes the 2011 films "Sucker Punch," "Battle: Los Angeles," "Hall Pass," and "Just Go With It," as well as last year's 10-time Oscar nominated film "True Grit."
Suddenlink, the seventh largest cable television service provider in the U.S., is going mobile with Suddenlink2GO online. The service allows internet viewing of content (similar to HBO Go and MAX Go) at no extra charge (although some content has a 24hr window after the premiere). The online service features content from HBO, Hulu, and Turner Broadcasting.