Redbox Instant by Verizon announced details of its soon-to-launch service that features DVD, Blu-ray and digital movie rentals as well as purchases.
Coinstar announced that it has hired Anne Saunders to lead its Redbox Automated Retail subsidiary.
Coinstar announced that its Redbox Automated Retail subsidiary has completed its acquisition of NCR’s self-service entertainment DVD kiosk business.
Redbox announced that it has rented over two billion DVD, Blu-ray and video game discs.
Redbox Automated Retail announced that it will pay up to $100 million to purchase NCR’s DVD business assets, including its kiosks, certain retailer contracts and inventory.
Verizon and Coinstar announced a new joint venture that will combine redbox’s physical disc rentals with Verizon’s Video-On-Demand streaming and download services.
Redbox Automated Retail announced Walmart will continue to feature Redbox’s DVD and game rental kiosks at more than 3,700 of the retailer’s locations in the United States through 2015.
Magid Advisors announced that, according to its latest survey, Redbox stands to benefit from customer dissatisfaction with Netflix.
Redbox announced that it will expand video game rentals to approximately 5,000 additional self-service kiosks in the U.S. beginning August 1, 2011.
Redbox Automated Retail announced that one of its executives has been named to the TechWeek 100 list of technology leaders in Chicago.
Redbox Automated Retail announced that it is launching video game rentals at its self-service kiosks across the United States.
Public Media Works (Spot. The Difference) announced that it has published an overview of its current and future business plans and how it intends to participate in the DVD rental kiosk market.
Redbox announced that it will offer PlayStation 3 (PS3), Xbox 360 and Wii video game rentals across the U.S. beginning June 17, 2011.
Barroway Topaz Kessler Meltzer & Check, LLP announced that a class action lawsuit was filed against Coinstar, Inc. by Todd E. Wright in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington (February 24, 2011, docket number 2:2011cv00325).
Saxena White P.A. announced that a class action lawsuit was filed against Coinstar, Inc. by Jeffrey Nagler in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington (February 3, 2011, docket number 2:2011cv00192).