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Decline for US physical rental spending continues in 2015 with fewer kiosksApril 14, 2016• Rental transactions declined 19% from 1.5 billion transactions in 2014 to 1.2 billion by year end 2015. • This marks the largest decline in transactions relative to revenue generated recorded by the US video rental market.Subscribers Only
Televisa’s Blim bets on original programmingApril 14, 2016Mexican multimedia giant, Televisa, launched a SVOD (subscription video-on-demand) service - Blim, 22 February 2016 that competes directly with established streaming leaders in Latin America - Netflix and ClaroVideo. The new streaming service is available across Mexico and Latin America, with the exception of Portuguese-speaking Brazil.Subscribers Only
Vevo acquires Showyou in efforts to reduce reliance on YouTubeDecember 16, 2015Vevo has recently acquired, Showyou, a subscription-based video streaming platform that helps users find video content.Subscribers Only
Mexico physical video forecasts have been revisedOctober 23, 2015IHS has updated physical video DVD and Blu-ray Disc (BD) historical numbers and forecasts to 2019 on the basis of industry feedback.Subscribers Only
Elektra abandons Blockbuster brand in MexicoOctober 16, 2015Grupo Elektra, a Mexican retailer, will not renew its license to operate the Blockbuster video rental brand in Mexico. The retailer bought the video rental chain, Blockbuster de Mexico, from Dish Network in January 2014 and the license to operate under that brand name is set to expire in January 2016.Subscribers Only
Filmin Latino launches in MexicoAugust 07, 2015Spanish OTT service provider Filmin and the Mexican Film Institute (IMCINE) have launched Filmin Latino, an OTT video-on-demand service, in Mexico.Subscribers Only
Redbox and Verizon end streaming service Redbox InstantOctober 07, 2014Redbox Instant will cease operations 7 October 2014 – after just a year and a half since launching the subscription video streaming service in March 2013. The joint venture from Verizon and Redbox offered instant access to...Subscribers Only
Summit Tests On-Demand Window Ahead of Packaged Media ReleaseJune 03, 2011Summit Home Entertainment has announced it will make sci-fi thriller Source Code available on US digital and on-demand platforms 18 days ahead of its US packaged media release. The film will be made available for iVOD (internet video-on-demand) and EST (electronic-sell-thru) through digital platforms, as well as PPV (pay-per-view) and VOD (video-on-demand) on the on-demand services of pay-TV operators on July 8. Though on-demand rental and purchase prices will vary by provider, the studio will bow the DVD at $26.99 and Blu-ray at $30.49 on July 26.
Summit tests on-demand window ahead of packaged media releaseJune 02, 2011Summit Home Entertainment has announced it will make sci-fi thriller Source Code available on US digital and on-demand platforms 18 days ahead of its US packaged media release. The film will be made available...
Miramax lands its first content deal with digital subscription service NetflixMay 30, 2011Miramax has signed a non-exclusive multi-year agreement with Netflix allowing its films to be streamed via that company's 'Watch Instantly' streaming service. This marks the first of what the indie studio has...
Netflix and Paramount reach multi-year pay TV window deal in CanadaApril 03, 2011Netflix has entered into a multi-year licensing agreement with Paramount Pictures to bring the studio's content to its streaming-only service in Canada. The new arrangement also secures Netflix exclusive...
Amazon adds streaming video service for Prime membersMarch 02, 2011Amazon has launched its Prime Instant Video service, which allows Amazon Prime members to stream more than 5,000 movies and episodes of TV shows at no additional cost. The service will form part of Amazon...
Amazon Adds Streaming Video Service for Prime MembersMarch 02, 2011Amazon has launched its Prime Instant Video service, which allows Amazon Prime members to stream more than 5,000 movies and episodes of TV shows at no additional cost. The service will form part of Amazon Prime, the retailer's premium shipping service which gives members free two-day shipping, and offers discounted one-day shipping for $3.99 per item on all eligible purchases for an annual membership fee of $79. Prime launches with 16 content partners including major studios like Warner Bros. and Sony Pictures, as well as indies Magnolia, IFC and Shout Factory.
Premium VoD to launch in 2011November 19, 2010Time Warner has reaffirmed its commitment to launch a premium video-on-demand (VoD) service in Q2 2011. Premium video-on-demand, known also as 'home-theater on-demand', enables viewers to watch movies at home...
Premium VoD to Launch in 2011November 19, 2010
Time Warner has reaffirmed its commitment to launch a premium video-on-demand (VoD) service in Q2 2011. Premium video-on-demand, known also as 'home-theater on-demand', enables viewers to watch movies at home 30-60 days after theatrical release date, and weeks or months before release on DVD, Blu-ray and standard video on-demand (VoD). The company plans to charge consumers from $30 to $50 per film, which will be available in HD and eventually in 3D.