Warner will let Redbox offer its DVDs and Blu-ray discs 28 days after they go on sale, the same “window” followed by most other major studios.
Studio also joins kiosk vendor’s joint digital venture with Verizon.
Redbox and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Oct. 25 said they have signed a multi-year agreement to bring the studio’s new release Blu-ray Disc and DVD movies to Redbox kiosks 28 days after their retail release dates.
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