VOD Round-Up

As subscription video-on-demand continues to grow in popularity and feasibility, yesterday with PopcornFlix and Epix launching Xbox 360 and PS3 apps respectively, Warner Bros. is beginning its own subscription service starting at $9.99 a month.

With the Warner Archive…

“…[the] streaming service [will] cater to early movies and television shows from its vault, in addition to collections from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, New Line, Lorimar, Monogram, RKO and Allied Artists, among others.

They’re offering 2-week trials for those interested, located here.

Along those lines, The Convergence Consulting Group Limited, a research firm based in Toronto…

…estimates that SVOD services such as Hulu Plus, Redbox Instant by Verizon, Amazon Prime Instant Video and Netflix will represent 34% of the rental market in 2013, compared with 22% for kiosks; 19% for transactional VOD (cable, satellite, telco); 12% for by-mail; 9% for video stores; and 4% for iVOD.

Check out the full Warner Archive and VOD market share articles at Home Media Magazine.

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Slip & FallSeptember 10th, 2013
Slip & Fall is now available on DVD!
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