October 28 – The Hollywood Reporter
By Georg Szalai
The news comes after Kevin Tsujihara, president of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, said the studio is looking at possibly lengthening the current 28 days delay.
NEW YORK - Several Hollywood studios are considering doubling a 28-day delay on DVD rentals offered by the likes of Netflix and Coinstar's Redbox DVD rental kiosk operator,Bloomberg News reported.
Hollywood executives are discussing a delay of 60 days from the time DVDs go on sale and studios continue to explore ways to bolster DVD sales and digital purchases, it said.
The news comes after Kevin Tsujihara, president of Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, told the Financial Times this week that the studio is looking at lengthening the current 28 days delay.
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