Best Buy enters the online video download business
Best Buy officials announced today that they are partnering with CinemaNow to create their own movie/TV show download service that can be accessed through some of their electronic devices that connect to the internet. The service has yet to be named, but is part of a a multi-year agreement with CinemaNow.
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The new service, which is yet to be named, will allow users to access content including new movies, TV shows, independent films, and older catalog titles on a variety of devices. Best Buy said new titles will often be available on the same day they become available on DVDs in retail stores.
A launch date for the new service has not been announced.
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