The founder and top executive at Redbox announced he is leaving the company early next year.
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As expected, Redbox isn't agreeing to Warner Bros.' new 56-day delay to offer new film rentals.
Redbox is no longer renting movies for $1 a day.
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Redbox is giving Blu-ray rentals a green light.
Warner Bros. has ended its legal battle against Redbox, after the operator of kiosks that rent movies for a dollar agreed not to offer the studio's films until 28 days after they bow on homevideo.
The magic number for DVDs these days is 28.