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Twentieth Century Fox 4K Ultra HD HDR Movies Hit Kaleidescape

Kaleidescape, Inc. announced the availability of Twentieth Century Fox 4K Ultra High-Definition (Ultra HD) High Dynamic Range (HDR) movies on its Strato movie players.

Redbox Inks Agreement With 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Redbox announced it signed a new agreement with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment to make Fox content available seven days after retail sell-through dates.

Kaleidescape Inks Agreement with 20th Century Fox

Kaleidescape, Inc. announced that it has signed an agreement with 20th Century Fox to license movies and television seasons for digital download and playback on the company’s Kaleidescape movie players.

Redbox Inks Agreement with 20th Century Fox

Redbox announced that it has signed a new agreement with 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, maintaining a 28-day window on Blu-ray Disc and DVD titles through June 30, 2017.

Studios Embrace Dolby Digital Plus for UltraViolet

Dolby Laboratories announced that Twentieth Century Fox and Anchor Bay now encode movies and TV programs in the UltraViolet Common File Format (CFF) using Dolby Digital Plus.

Twentieth Century Fox Rolls Out Digital HD

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced its new Digital HD movie download and streaming initiative.

JVC Kenwood Converts Catalog Movie Titles to Blu-ray 3D

JVC KENWOOD and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced that I, Robot will be the first title in a series of legacy movies that will be converted to Blu-ray 3D.

THX Media Director Takes Flight

THX Ltd announced that the upcoming release of Red Tails on Blu-ray and DVD incorporates THX’s Media Director technology.

Walmart Unveils UltraViolet Disc to Digital Service

Walmart announced its new in-store disc to digital service, which employs UltraViolet technology to make movies purchased on DVDs and Blu-ray discs available to be watched on Internet-connected devices.

Throw Another DRM Initiative on the Fire

Warner Bros. and 20th Century Fox announced they are working with SanDisk and Western Digital to develop standards that will allow high definition movies to be securely distributed to, as well as stored and played back on, a range of devices.

Fox Launches Blu-ray Virtual Store

Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced that it has launched a virtual store in the UK to sell Blu-ray Discs (BDs) and DVDs.

Sons of Anarchy Blu-ray Employs MediaEcho

Technicolor announced that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment has employed Technicolor’s MediaEcho in the Sons of Anarchy Season 3 Blu-ray Disc box set.

Sven Davison Joins Cinram’s 1K Studios

Cinram International Income Fund announced that Sven Davison, former VP, Worldwide Content at 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, has joined its creative services company, 1K Studios.

Star Wars Blu-ray Racks Up Big Sales

Lucasfilm and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment announced that they have sold over one million copies of Star Wars: The Complete Saga on Blu-ray Disc (BD) since launch.

The Economics of TV and Film

SNL Kagan announced that, according to its research, wholesale DVD revenue dropped 43.9% from $7.97 billion in 2009 to $4.47 billion in 2010.