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Disney aims to replace DVD with Keychest technology

Posted on Thursday, October 22 2009 @ 20:23:24 CEST by


WSJ reports Disney plans to introduce a new digital distribution technology named Keychest. The technology is expected to be announced next month, it will enable consumers to pay a single price for permanent access to a movie or TV show across multiple platforms and devices.
The technology would allow consumers to pay a single price for permanent access to a movie or TV show across multiple digital platforms and devices—from the Web, to mobile gadgets like iPhones and cable services that allow on-demand viewing. It could also facilitate other services such as online movie subscriptions.

The company has been quietly demonstrating Keychest for other movie studios and technology companies in a bid to get them to sign on. It plans to unveil the technology next month.

Keychest aims to address two of the biggest hurdles blocking widespread consumer adoption of movie downloads: the difficulty of playing a movie back on devices other than a PC or laptop, and limited storage space on those computers' hard drives.



 



 

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