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    Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

    This table contains what I believe to be objective information. Pls let me know if there are any that are wrong and I will update it.

    Thx.


    MAJOR STUDIOS DIGITAL COPY METHOD US/CAN MARKET SHARE (2013) Link to Example



    Disney Studios
    DigitalCopy+

    Choice of one of the below
    EST providers;
    1) Amazon
    2) iTunes
    3) Vudu
    4) Google Play
    5) Target Ticket



    15.7%
    1. Slip Cover
    2. Digital Copy Insert
    3. Redemption Page
    4. Code Accepted
    5. Select a Provider
    6. Enter Vudu Login...
    7. Movie in Vudu Library
    Sony Pictures/Columbia UltraViolet Only 10.5% CLICK HERE Last Ex2

    Warner Brothers

    Ultraviolet Only

    15.4%
    CLICK HERE Beautiful Creatures
    CLICK HERE Jack tGS
    CLICK HERE Cloud Atlas
    20th Century Fox Ultraviolet Only 9.7% CLICK HERE Walter Mitty
    Paramount Ultraviolet & iTunes 8.8%
    Lionsgate Ultraviolet & iTunes 9.8% (near-major) CLICK HERE All is Lost
    Universal Ultraviolet & iTunes 13.1%
    MINOR STUDIOS DIGITAL COPY METHOD Link to Example
    Starz/Anchor Bay Ultraviolet Only CLICK HERE Dark Skies
    Relativity Media Ultraviolet & iTunes
    Arc Entertainment Vudu Only CLICK HERE Return to Nim's
    The Weinstein Company Ultraviolet & iTunes CLICK HERE Django
    CLICK HERE Escape FPE
    Echo Bridge/Miramax Vudu Only CLICK HERE
    Ketchup Entertainment Vudu Only CLICK HERE Dragon Pearl

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    Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

    Add Google Play as an option for Disney Studios.

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      Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

      All the latest Fox releases are UV & iTunes. I think the report by Jeff Kliest was wrong because I have yet to see one that was UV only.

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        Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

        Originally posted by Grey Ghost View Post
        Add Google Play as an option for Disney Studios.
        Done.

        Originally posted by echopulse View Post
        All the latest Fox releases are UV & iTunes. I think the report by Jeff Kliest was wrong because I have yet to see one that was UV only.
        "Killing Lincoln" ?

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          Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

          Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
          Done.



          "Killing Lincoln" ?
          Fox is still releasing iTunes on most of thier releases though. It's not uv only yet. Particular major releases are both. The Wolverine and the last Percy Jackson are examples.

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            Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
            Fox is still releasing iTunes on most of thier releases though. It's not uv only yet. Particular major releases are both. The Wolverine and the last Percy Jackson are examples.
            carrie was fox/mgm and it was UV only

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              Originally posted by mgfloy03 View Post
              carrie was fox/mgm and it was UV only
              Yes. Fox seems crazy with their choices, but the fact is they are not full UV yet. Carrie also only shows as MGM on the packaging. Doesn't say fox anywhere on it. The 20th Century Fox releases I have gotten still have Itunes. Maybe MGM/Fox releases (like Carrie) are UV only, 20th Century Fox (Percy and The Wolverine) and Relativity/Fox (The Family) are still Itunes/UV. They don't seem to want to make it easy to figure out. But they are definitely not 100% UV (yet?).

              To me is seems odd there is any debate about it with the recent major releases still carrying itunes on them.

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                Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

                Table updated to equal fox @ combo status, contrary to the Jeff Kliest report, but reflective of recent releases.

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                  Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

                  Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
                  Fox is still releasing iTunes on most of thier releases though. It's not uv only yet. Particular major releases are both. The Wolverine and the last Percy Jackson are examples.
                  I'm not disagreeing with your statement but since it is an mgm release and its not in the table. I was hoping it would be added.


                  The Hunters - Vudu only
                  http://www.walmart.com/ip/The-Hunter...creen/26368882
                  Anderson Merchandisers,Lp

                  The Lost Medallion
                  http://www.walmart.com/ip/The-Lost-M...creen/24458325
                  team marketing

                  The Virginian
                  http://www.walmart.com/ip/31527866
                  Gaiam Studios


                  I'll look for the other studios providing vudu digital copies

                  I know vivendi has several releases with vudu codes. - Clerks 2 I just redeemed but can't find a link with it.

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                    Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

                    The numbers of minor studios putting out titles is daunting. I limited the number of minor studios to just a sample.

                    I am aware there are many others, but I am hopeful we can agree that tracking them all would be more work then would be worth it. Relitivity is a larger minor as well as some of the others. A comprehensive list would be unmanageable, IMHO.

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                      Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

                      Lionsgate is UV only now, has been for a while. And i think you should add MGM too

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                        Originally posted by echopulse View Post
                        Lionsgate is UV only now, has been for a while. And i think you should add MGM too
                        I concur with Lionsgate.

                        MGM is a bit tricky right now. They've only had 3 UV releases so far. 2 were UV/Itunes (Skyfall and Red Dawn) and 1 was UV only (Carrie). They are also being distributed through Fox (even though Fox is not mentioned on the packaging) and as we've seen Fox is just crazy with their UV only and UV/Itunes releases. Some have only one and some have both. Are there any MGM movies coming out soon? I'd say if the next one is Itunes-free then they probably are UV only (barring any Fox oddness).

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                          Originally posted by madmod20061 View Post
                          I concur with Lionsgate.

                          MGM is a bit tricky right now. They've only had 3 UV releases so far. 2 were UV/Itunes (Skyfall and Red Dawn) and 1 was UV only (Carrie). They are also being distributed through Fox (even though Fox is not mentioned on the packaging) and as we've seen Fox is just crazy with their UV only and UV/Itunes releases. Some have only one and some have both. Are there any MGM movies coming out soon? I'd say if the next one is Itunes-free then they probably are UV only (barring any Fox oddness).
                          Skyfall was not an MGM production. It was the first Bond movie to be produced without them.

                          Lionsgate row updated on table. thx.

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                            Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

                            Originally posted by Walter-S_North_Carolina View Post
                            Skyfall was not an MGM production. It was the first Bond movie to be produced without them.

                            Lionsgate row updated on table. thx.
                            Yes, but it's released through MGM. Packaging, vudu and iTunes all say MGM. It's an MGM uv code as far as I'm concerned. People made a big deal about it when it was released because it was the first MGM uv title. There was hope catalog titles would follow but nope.

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                              Re: Digital Copy Redemption Index: by studio

                              I think it is almost time to finally move Fox to the UV only category. I just checked out their latest releases, The Counselor, Enough Said, and Carrie, and all three are UV only according to the packaging.

                              Also, the MarketShare should be updated.
                              http://boxofficemojo.com/studio/?vie...yr=2013&p=.htm

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