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the completion is fiercely increasing among the media companies, Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) recently announced to offer older movies as well as new releases for purchase kamagra to its customers. The company will allow these movies to be stored levitra reviews in the cloud. The company expects to make this service available for its cable service customers by the end of this year. A person familiar with the matter said that this would open up new avenue for Pay-TV provider as well as studio companies to make money.

Much Needed Strategic Alliance

Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) is working with all the major Hollywood studios including Time Warner Inc. (NYSE:TWX), Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. (NASDAQ:FOXA) and its own Universal Pictures to rapidly expand its library. The company currently has over 20 million subscribers who use its digital service. Comcast currently offers its viewers to rent movies and not own them. Film sales would add to the company’s on-demand service that would now allow the customers to buy kamagra jelly movie titles.

Moreover by joining with cable providers like Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) and Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ), studios could also sell movies directly to pay-TV subscribers generic tadagra softgel online who can enjoy the films at prices close to traditional DVDs. In addition, through pay-TV the movies would be made available few weeks before the release of DVD and Blu-Ray window.

While the move will shield

traditional pay-TV providers against online streaming services, it would allow studio companies to counter the declining sales of DVDs through this new stream of revenue. Digital Entertainment Group, a studio-backed association recently announced that sales of electronically distributed TV shows and movies grew 46% during the 3Q13.

The Competition

Currently Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) is the sole major pay-TV service cialis back pain provider that sells digital movies and Comcast Corporation (NASDAQ:CMCSA) with its latest announcement would be second to kamagra reviews join the league. DISH Network Corp (NASDAQ:DISH) is also reported to be considering such an initiative

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