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The success of ‘The Interview’ on online video platforms helps Sony to recoup its investment but proves little in the wider windowing debateJanuary 20, 2015Two weeks since taking The Interview to online platforms in the US, Sony reported over $31 million in consumer revenues from its digital distribution (over 4.3m downloads) and $5m in cinema distribution.
Netflix reports revenue growth as costs spiralFebruary 01, 2012Netflix, the international subscription video service, reported a 47 per cent year-on-year growth in revenue in Q4 2011, reaching a total of $876m. The domestic (US) streaming sector was responsible for 54 per...
Lovefilm introduces streaming-only packageDecember 14, 2011UK DVD-by-post and online video provider Lovefilm has launched a new streaming-only package. The offer is currently available to UK users for £4.99 a month for unlimited access. It allows users to stream...
Warner Opens 'New Window' for Amazon in UKNovember 21, 2011
Amazon-owned disc-by-post and streaming service Lovefilm has signed a multi-year content deal with Warner Bros that will give its subscribers exclusive access to Warner titles in what it describes as 'a second window' for subscription pay TV. From 2012 the deal will also introduce a 60-day window between a Warner title's initial transactional (retail and rental) release on DVD/BD, online and pay TV platforms and its availability on disc to Lovefilm's customers. The multi-layered deal also secures digital retail (download-to-own) and transactional rental rights for Lovefilm.
Warner opens 'new window' for Amazon in UKNovember 21, 2011Amazon-owned disc-by-post and streaming service Lovefilm has signed a multi-year content deal with Warner Bros that will give its subscribers 'exclusive' access to Warner titles in what it describes as 'a...