DreamWorks Animation titles were added to Walmart’s disc-to-digital Vudu service that launched today at more than 3,500 stores. Vudu bridges the hard goods DVD/Blu-Ray business with the newer digital download efforts. Walmart customers can now get digital copies of movies they’ve purchased on disc from Paramount Home media Distribution, Sony Picgtures Home Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, Universal Studios Home Entertainment and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. Among the DWA films available in the cloud starting today are Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, the Shrek films and How To Train Your Dragon.
DreamWorks Animation Joins Walmart's Disc-To-Digital Service
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