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UltraViolet is now available in 13 countries.
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Canada
France
Germany
Ireland
Luxembourg
Netherlands
New Zealand
Switzerland
United Kingdom
United States
Media-Saturn launches cooperation with UltraViolet
Customers to be offered digital copies of films bearing the UltraViolet logo at no extra charge on the entertainment platform JUKE.
09.02.16 JUKE
Consumers’ desire for a single digital library grows as shoppers continue buying in multiple places
As buying digital movies and TV episodes becomes more common, The NPD Group’s latest Digital Video Acquisition Monitor (UltraViolet) report shows a growing interest in having digital content in one place.
05.04.16 NPD
UltraViolet video: Everything you need to know
You've seen the little "UV" logo on DVD and Blu-ray packages, but what is UltraViolet and how does it work? We're here to answer those questions.
06.30.15 CNET
Buy a movie on Blinkbox, get a copy for your phone on UltraViolet
Buy a DVD or Blu-ray in Tesco and you can magically watch it on your phone, tablet or games console as Blinkbox adds support for UltraViolet. Founded eight years ago and currently owned by Tesco, Blinkbox is an online store for films and TV shows, similar to iTunes or Google Play. You can buy or rent movies and TV shows to watch online or on the Blinkbox app for your smartphone, tablet or games console.
01.06.15 CNET
VUDU Entertainment Service Launches on TiVo
SAN JOSE, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 10/30/14 -- TiVo Inc. (NASDAQ: TIVO), a leader in the advanced television entertainment market today announced the launch of VUDU, Walmart's subscription-free, video-on-demand movie service to TiVo® devices. The VUDU application enables users to rent or purchase new release movies and TV shows, as well as access a fully customized Ultraviolet cloud library.
Ultraviolet movies are now available to enjoy on blinkbox
Here’s another great thing that’s going to change the way you enjoy your favourite movies and TV shows: you can now use blinkbox to watch your UltraViolet movies!
Walmart Aims To Make Digital Copies of Movies More Accessible
Walmart is launching a beta version of a new service dubbed InstaWatch that is aimed at helping consumers more easily access digital copies of movies that they buy through the retail giant.
Singer: Technology No Longer A Barrier for Digital
LOS ANGELES — Mitch Singer, president of the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE), the cross-industry consortium behind UltraViolet, said that being innovative and responsive to changing consumer trends sound great, until you try it.
Digital Media Event Ponders Future Business, Consumers
Making the digital experience match the value of the physical is a key challenge, said the former Sony executive, who said his new role allows him to take a wider view from every studio perspective. Digital collections need to be more easily shared “if we are going to re-create that ability to collect,” he said. “Maybe UltraViolet ultimately becomes that platform,” Singer said.
UltraViolet Accounts Top 19 Million
Consumer interest in cloud-based storage of movies continues to rise, with more than 19 million registered UltraViolet accounts — up 2 million from 17 million accounts at the end of April, a senior executive with the Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) told an industry group.
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