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Thursday, January 07, 2010
Warner Bros Home Entertainment and Netflix Agree on DVD, Blu-ray and Streaming Content


Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group and Netflixtoday announced new agreements that will continue to make Warner Bros. new release DVD and Blu-ray titles available to Netflix members while adding to the selection of direct to video titles and Catalog movies available to be streamed to TVs and computers.

New release titles on DVD and Blu-ray will be made available to Netflix members after a 28-day window, giving Warner Bros. the opportunity to maximize the sales potential of those titles and Netflix the benefits of reduced product costs and significantly more units and better in-stock levels four weeks after street date. At the same time, a renewed and expanded license for Warner Bros. streaming content will allow Netflix to offer its members more movies they can watch instantly.

The agreement covering DVD and Blu-ray provides a means for Warner Bros. to continue to directly supply Netflix with new titles


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