Warner, Redbox agree to 28 day delay on disc rentals, UltraViolet support for Redbox Instant

Warner, Redbox agree to 28 day delay on disc rentals, UltraViolet support for Redbox Instant

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New Redbox and Warner Bros. were at odds in January when Warner wanted to extend the window before discs hit kiosks to 56 days, but now the two have come to an agreement that keeps it at a 28 day delay. When their previous deal expired Redbox said it would...
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