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Movie studios to debut UltraViolet cloud-based movie service this week

October 12th, 2011

Warner Bros, Sony, Paramount and 20th Century Fox’s UltraViolet service, which will allow consumers to stream purchased movies to internet connected devices, will make its debut this week. The movie studios hope UltraViolet will attract consumers back to purchasing movies instead of simply renting them. Here’s how it will work: when you purchase a DVD …

Facebook streaming movie trial sets sights on Netflix

March 8th, 2011

The Warner Bros. blockbuster The Dark Knight has become the first title to be made available for rental on Facebook, giving us our first glimpse of what ultimately could be a truly disruptive home entertainment product. Executives at Netflix, Hulu, Redbox and other similar services were no doubt squirming in their seats on Tuesday morning …

Netflix granted streaming rights to popular Warner Bros. television series

July 15th, 2010

Netflix and Warner Bros. announced on Thursday that Netflix will be adding several new Warners Bros. televisions shows to its catalog and extending its license for current WB movies until 2011. The agreement brings all 100 episodes of the popular television series Nip/Tuck to Netfilix for the next four years as well as other series …

Warner Bros. looking for a student intern to spy on torrent users

March 29th, 2010

Just because we might associate the company with loveable characters like Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck doesn’t mean the characters who are running the show at Warner Bros. Entertain UK have similar personalities. After all, they’re the ones that came up with the brilliant idea of hiring a student intern, paying him or her £17,500 …

Time Warner readies play for Midway

April 25th, 2009

Midway, maker of everyone’s favorite cute and cuddly franchise Mortal Kombat, has not had a smooth run of late. To recap Midway’s recent plight in one sentence: In December, Sumner Redstone sold his 87 percent stake in Midway for all of $100,000 and the company proceeded to file for bankruptcy in February. Yikes. The creator …