Blockbuster is bringing back its "Guaranteed Availability" program for the first time since declaring bankruptcy in 2010.
Redbox is no longer renting movies for $1 a day.
Encouraged by Netflix's price hike last month, Redbox is testing how consumers will react to higher rental fees at its kiosks.
Mitch Lowe has resigned his post as prexy of discount DVD distrib Redbox, a division of Coinstar Inc.
Blockbuster is tired of seeing red.
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