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  • / E-Retailers

    Netflix streams movies on Nintendo Wii consoles

    Netflix Inc. has begun streaming movies and TV shows from its web site to the popular Nintendo Wii video game console. The Wii is the latest in a growing list of devices that can connect to the Netflix system and enable consumers to instantly watch content at Netflix.com.

    Posted 04/23/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Netflix Inc. has begun streaming movies and TV shows from its web site to the popular Nintendo Wii video game console. The Wii is the latest in a growing list of devices that can connect to the Netflix system and enable consumers to instantly watch content at Netflix.com.
  • Netflix gets more streaming video from Twentieth Century Fox

    / E-Retailers

    Netflix gets more streaming video from Twentieth Century Fox

    Fox can determine when its content is made available to Netflix subscribers in both physical and streaming formats. Netflix can offer new Blu-ray and DVD film releases 28 days after their release, to allow a window for the studio to sell the DVDs.

    Posted 04/14/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Fox can determine when its content is made available to Netflix subscribers in both physical and streaming formats. Netflix can offer new Blu-ray and DVD film releases 28 days after their release, to allow a window for the studio to sell the DVDs.
  • Blockbuster gets Warner Bros.`s new releases four weeks before Netflix

    Blockbuster gets Warner Bros.`s new releases four weeks before Netflix

    Blockbuster Inc. has signed a deal that ensures it will be able to offer Warner Bros. films for rental in its stores, by mail and by download the day they go on sale—which is 28 days before they are available at Netflix, its major competitor.

    Posted 03/24/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Blockbuster Inc. has signed a deal that ensures it will be able to offer Warner Bros. films for rental in its stores, by mail and by download the day they go on sale—which is 28 days before they are available at Netflix, its major competitor.
  • HSN and Samsung team up for TV shopping

    TV and web retailer HSN is working with Samsung Electronics America to introduce interactive shopping through high-definition televisions, Blu-ray disc players and home theater systems.

    Posted 01/29/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    TV and web retailer HSN is working with Samsung Electronics America to introduce interactive shopping through high-definition televisions, Blu-ray disc players and home theater systems.
  • Warner Bros. seals deal with Netflix

    / Technology

    Warner Bros. seals deal with Netflix

    Under a new agreement, Netflix will have the first rights to Warner Bros. streaming movie content. In return, Netflix will wait 28 days after the release of a new Warner Brothers DVD or Blu-ray disk before making it available to its subscribers.

    Posted 01/07/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    Under a new agreement, Netflix will have the first rights to Warner Bros. streaming movie content. In return, Netflix will wait 28 days after the release of a new Warner Brothers DVD or Blu-ray disk before making it available to its subscribers.
  • / Technology

    Best Buy is moving into digital video

    Best Buy will offer web access to movies and other entertainment content, embedding technology from Sonic Solutions into some consumer electronics devices sold in Best Buy stores and on BestBuy.com.

    Posted 11/04/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Best Buy will offer web access to movies and other entertainment content, embedding technology from Sonic Solutions into some consumer electronics devices sold in Best Buy stores and on BestBuy.com.
  • / Technology

    Entertainment products wholesaler names a new e-commerce exec

    Entertainment media wholesaler Super D has chosen Brian Woffard as its new vice president of e-commerce. The company says it added Woffard to help it manage its growth in the direct-to-consumer fulfillment business.

    Posted 09/14/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Entertainment media wholesaler Super D has chosen Brian Woffard as its new vice president of e-commerce. The company says it added Woffard to help it manage its growth in the direct-to-consumer fulfillment business.
  • / Technology

    Blockbuster blocks out a movie streaming deal with Samsung

    Shortly after archrival Netflix announced its latest deal, Blockbuster yesterday announced a pact with Samsung to integrate its web-based movie streaming technology into certain models of HDTVs, home theater systems and Blu-ray players this fall.

    Posted 07/15/2009Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Shortly after archrival Netflix announced its latest deal, Blockbuster yesterday announced a pact with Samsung to integrate its web-based movie streaming technology into certain models of HDTVs, home theater systems and Blu-ray players this fall.
  • / Technology

    Customers show their intentions with paid search—and retailers reap rewards

    This is why paid search is performing well in spite of the recession, experts say. Shoppers are trimming spending and looking for specific items, not browsing; knowing their intent helps retailers substantially increase conversion, one expert explains.

    Posted 04/08/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    This is why paid search is performing well in spite of the recession, experts say. Shoppers are trimming spending and looking for specific items, not browsing; knowing their intent helps retailers substantially increase conversion, one expert explains.
  • / E-Retailers

    Blockbuster looks to break the digital content barrier with Sonic

    Under a new agreement, Blockbuster will integrate its digital entertainment titles with Sonic Solutions’ CinemaNow service, a digital video distribution system. All together CinemaNow has relationships with more than 250 content providers.

    Posted 01/14/2009Bill BriggsPost a comment

    Under a new agreement, Blockbuster will integrate its digital entertainment titles with Sonic Solutions’ CinemaNow service, a digital video distribution system. All together CinemaNow has relationships with more than 250 content providers.

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