Disney asking other studios to join DMA

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    Walt Disney Co. is in talks with other major Hollywood studios to join its Disney Movies Anywhere service, which lets customers buy, watch and store their online film purchases at a single site, people familiar with the strategy said.

    Disney is trying to add content from other studios to boost the appeal of its offering, which was introduced in 2014, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private. Disney has been in an ongoing tug-of-war with five other major studios and many smaller players that support a format called UltraViolet.

    Disney Said to Ask Other Studios to Join Digital Movie Service
     
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    Speaking as a videofile, curse ALL OF YOU for adopting online streaming and downloading instead of enthusiastically embracing Blu Ray. Can you not tell good HD video from bad? Do you need new specs? Is your TV busted or something?
     
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    If people could tell good video from bad, betamax and DVD-HD would have been standards.
     

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