UK home entertainment group releases basic video on buying and renting digital movies and TV shows

Redbox On Demand is one of several key online sites where movies can be purchased or rented digitally.

Erik Grünwedel

In a market that has gone streaming, where transactional video on-demand has been offset by unlimited subscription access to movies and TV shows, the UK home entertainment trade group believes consumers need an upgrade. on the purchase and rental of content.

On October 11, the British Association for Screen Entertainment released the group’s first multi-channel educational video showing a step-by-step guide to renting or downloading a film or TV series from an online retail platform.

The step-by-step video guide walks viewers through the process across digital stores including Prime Video, Sky Store, Apple TV app, Rakuten TV, Microsoft Store, Vudu, Google Play Store, FandangoNow and Redbox Digital.

The video helps highlight the simplicity, flexibility and ease of digital transactions, and reinforces that buying or renting movies and TV shows allows consumers to take advantage of the best in screen entertainment in their own homes without a subscription.

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