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Tuesday, July 06, 2010
BLOCKBUSTER On Demand Now Available on the Latest Philips Blu-ray Players


The latest Philips Blu-ray players will feature BLOCKBUSTER On Demand, Philips announced today.

Families across America are now able to enjoy new movie releases from Blockbuster using Philips' 5320 and 7320 Blu-ray models.

The BLOCKBUSTER On Demand service provides on-screen search and browsing capabilities, as well as full details, ratings, trailers, and other information about each movie directly on the television. This allows for a more personalized and easy to use in-home movie watching experience without having to pay a monthly subscription fee.


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