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  • Blockbuster pulls back the curtains on its comeback strategy

    Trying to open the curtains on a dramatic comeback after several years of losing market share in the DVD rental market to its online competition, Blockbuster Inc. last month launched a 30-second TV commercial that takes direct aim at its biggest rival, Netflix Inc.

    Posted 02/01/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Trying to open the curtains on a dramatic comeback after several years of losing market share in the DVD rental market to its online competition, Blockbuster Inc. last month launched a 30-second TV commercial that takes direct aim at its biggest rival, Netflix Inc.
  • Reel deal gives 800.com brick-and-mortar customers

    800.com’s partnership with movie site Reel.com gives it a new business providing e-commerce services to other companies and introduces offline customers to 800.com.

    Posted 10/05/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    800.com’s partnership with movie site Reel.com gives it a new business providing e-commerce services to other companies and introduces offline customers to 800.com.
  • 800.com provides EC services to the Reel.com movie site

    800.com will become the online store for Hollywood Entertainment’s Reel.com. Shoppers at Reel.com will link to 800.com to make purchases.

    Posted 10/02/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    800.com will become the online store for Hollywood Entertainment’s Reel.com. Shoppers at Reel.com will link to 800.com to make purchases.
  • Reel no more

    Hollywood Entertainment Corp. has called a wrap to its online video store Reel.com. Not willing to incur more losses in the low margin video/DVD market, Reel.com, Palo Alto, Calif., entered into a partnership with Buy.com. Reel.com will provide proprietary editorial content to inform and entertain customers. Aliso Viejo, Calif.-based Buy.com will act as e-commerce partner for the execution and fulfillment of customer orders on purchases of DVDs...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Hollywood Entertainment Corp. has called a wrap to its online video store Reel.com. Not willing to incur more losses in the low margin video/DVD market, Reel.com, Palo Alto, Calif., entered into a partnership with Buy.com. Reel.com will provide proprietary editorial content to inform and entertain…

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