DreamWorks Animation has signed up with Walmart's VUDU-powered disc to digital service. From today, you can take any of the studio's movies (such as Shrek or Kung-Fu Panda) and have them converted to standard quality video for $2 or a HD version for $5. There's no word on if DreamWorks proper would sign up, but given the complex nature of its ownership, we won't hold our breath.
Walmart is about to make a big push for digital movie ownership. At a press conference today in Los Angeles, the company announced that, as rumored, it's launching a new program called the Disc to Digital service. Starting on April ... Read Post
Vudu is making it easier for users to convert their existing movies to digital, with the launch of a desktop app that will let them scan their discs at home. The VUDU To Go app, which will be available from the company's website soo... Read Post
Netflix struck a multiyear dear with the DreamWorks Animation studio, bringing animated movies like Shrek and Kung Fu Panda to the streaming service. The deal won’t completely make up for Netflix’s loss of Disney and to make matters... Read Post