Warner Home Video Teams With Kiosk And Mail-Order Vendors

Posted: Aug 14 2009, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:46pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

 

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Warner Home Video has announced that it will enter into a direct relationship with kiosk and mail order movie subscription vendors starting in October. The direct relationship will allow Warner to ensure that its titles are available directly through these distributors.

Warner says that it will be in discussion with both kiosk and mail-order vendors to offer business options that will help grow businesses. Among the options offered will be a 28-day window where mail order and kiosk vendors can share in day-and-date revenue sharing.

Warner has also changed its wholesaler terms to prevent the sale of previously viewed materials. I wonder what if anything this means for the rental customers who use services like Redbox. Perhaps Warner movies will be more widely available now.

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