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Warner Brothers to Offer Movies Earlier Online

Don't get me wrong, I love being able to see a movie I missed in theaters as soon as it becomes available on DVD — don't we all? But in all honesty, it really doesn't bother me if I want to watch it on my cable pay-per-view service and wait a few months after the DVD release. Well according to The New York Times, Warner Brothers will now be offering video-on-demand systems on the same day they are released as DVDs.

Therefore movies will now become available a heck of a lot faster to users of online rental services like Apple TV, Comcast, Amazon and iTunes movie rentals. Warner Bros. is hoping that this new change will decrease the costs of manufacturing and distributing DVDs.

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andrennabird andrennabird 8 years
ALSW ALSW 8 years
I haven't watched many movies online, but this is pretty neat.
beingtazim beingtazim 8 years
wow! this is pretty great news. hopefully other, better, movie companies will follow their example.
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