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Disney joins Movielink -on-line movie service

Written by Jari Ketola @ 25 Jul 2003 2:29 User comments (1)

Disney joins Movielink -on-line movie service The last major film-studio without a download-on-demand service, Walt Disney Co., has signed a distribution deal with on-line movie service Movielink.
Movielink, which was founded by Warner Bros., Paramount, Universal, MGM, and Sony eight months ago, will have a selection of 400 titles when the Disney titles have been added. Movies such as Chicago, and Gangs of New York will be made available to the consumers.

All the major Hollywood studios now offer on-demand downloads of their movies. Even though 20th Century Fox already has a distribution deal with CinemaNow on-line service, Movielink CEO Jim Ramo would like them to be included with Movielink as well. "We have been and continue to talk with all the other studios and have reason to be hopeful," Ramo said. "We'd like to add everybody."


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125.7.2003 17:58

umm ok

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