Vudu

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Vudu, Inc. is an American content delivery and media technology company responsible for Vudu-branded interactive media services and devices.wikipedia
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Walmart

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Vudu was acquired by Walmart in March 2010. On October 10, 2018, it was announced that MGM and Walmart's streaming service Vudu were developing a television adaptation of Mr. Mom (1983), which will serve as a continuation of the film following an adult Megan Butler heading back into the workforce while her husband takes over the parental duties of their two children.
On February 22, 2010, the company confirmed it was acquiring video streaming company Vudu, Inc. for an estimated $100million.

UltraViolet (system)

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In 2012, Vudu began partnering with the movie-industry-backed UltraViolet system, to offer users a digital locker as well as digital versions to some DVDs and Blu-ray discs purchased in retail stores. On January 30, 2019, Variety reported that Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) would shut down UltraViolet on July 31, 2019.
Several retailers including Vudu and CinemaNow offered this service.

Boxee

As of December 2011, the Vudu app within the downloadable version of the Boxee media player is no longer supported, due to DRM and certification requirements.
With its Python-powered plugin system, the Boxee software incorporates features such as Apple movie trailer support and subtitle downloading, access to large on-demand video streaming services Netflix, Headweb and Vudu; a range of popular online internet content channels like audio services Pandora Radio, Last.fm, Jamendo, NPR, SHOUTcast radio streams; video services from ABC, BBC iPlayer, Blip.TV, CNET, CNN, CBS, Comedy Central, Funny or Die, Joost, Major League Baseball, NHL Hockey, MTV Music, MySpaceTV, Revision3, MUBI, OpenFilm, SnagFilms, IndieMoviesOnline, EZTakes, United Football League, Vevo, Vice Magazine, TED, The WB Television Network, YouTube and image services from Flickr and PicasaWeb picture viewing plugins.

Digital distribution

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Vudu, Inc. is an American content delivery and media technology company responsible for Vudu-branded interactive media services and devices.
YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, Amazon Prime Video, DirecTV, SlingTV and other Internet-based video services allow content owners to let users access their content on computers, smart phones, tablets or by using appliances such as video game consoles, set-top boxes or Smart TVs.

Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem

DECE
On January 30, 2019, Variety reported that Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem (DECE) would shut down UltraViolet on July 31, 2019.
Movies Anywhere currently connects to Amazon Video, FandangoNOW, Google Play/YouTube, Apple TV/iTunes, Microsoft Movies & TV, Vudu, Verizon Fios, and Xfinity

PlayStation 3

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.
Also in November 2010 the video rental service VUDU, NHL GameCenter Live, and subscription service Hulu Plus launched on PlayStation 3 in the United States.

Movies Anywhere

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In 2014, Vudu became a participating provider in Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA), Disney's digital locker service that is separate from Ultraviolet. Vudu's main competitors include FandangoNOW, Amazon Prime Video, Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies & TV, Hulu, Movies Anywhere, Netflix, Sony Crackle, and Tubi.
Movies Anywhere was first launched on February 10, 2014 as Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA), with content from Disney, Marvel, Pixar, and Star Wars-branded films on iOS with iTunes Store integration; the service has since been extended to other platforms and storefronts, including Amazon Video, FandangoNOW, Google Play Movies & TV, Microsoft Movies & TV, and Vudu, along with subscribers of Xfinity and Verizon Fios TV services.

Video on demand

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It began by only making its own set-top boxes (the Vudu Box and the Vudu XL), but Vudu now primarily markets its software as a smart TV/connected TV platform and video on demand (VoD) distribution service to third-party consumer electronics devices.
Popular services include PLUTO TV, the ROKU Channel, Sony Crackle, TUBI, Vudu, and YouTube.

Netflix

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Vudu's main competitors include FandangoNOW, Amazon Prime Video, Apple iTunes, Google Play Movies & TV, Hulu, Movies Anywhere, Netflix, Sony Crackle, and Tubi.
However, Walmart later acquired the rental service Vudu in 2010.

Mr. Mom

On October 10, 2018, it was announced that MGM and Walmart's streaming service Vudu were developing a television adaptation of Mr. Mom (1983), which will serve as a continuation of the film following an adult Megan Butler heading back into the workforce while her husband takes over the parental duties of their two children.
On October 10, 2018, it was announced that MGM and Walmart's streaming service Vudu were developing a television adaptation of the 1983 film, which will serve as a continuation of the film following an adult Megan Butler heading back into the workforce while her husband takes over the parental duties of their two children.

Interactive media

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Vudu, Inc. is an American content delivery and media technology company responsible for Vudu-branded interactive media services and devices.

Content delivery network

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It does this with a content delivery network that uses a hybrid peer-to-peer TV technology.

Peer-to-peer

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It does this with a content delivery network that uses a hybrid peer-to-peer TV technology.

Smart TV

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It began by only making its own set-top boxes (the Vudu Box and the Vudu XL), but Vudu now primarily markets its software as a smart TV/connected TV platform and video on demand (VoD) distribution service to third-party consumer electronics devices.

Consumer electronics

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It began by only making its own set-top boxes (the Vudu Box and the Vudu XL), but Vudu now primarily markets its software as a smart TV/connected TV platform and video on demand (VoD) distribution service to third-party consumer electronics devices.

PlayStation 4

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

Xbox 360

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

Xbox One

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

IPad

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

Android TV

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

Apple TV

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

TiVo

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

Roku

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

Android (operating system)

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.

IOS

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Vudu is also available via PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, iPad, Android TV, Apple TV (4th gen and 4K), TiVo Roamio, and Roku devices, as well as most smartphones via the Vudu app (Android and iOS) which also supports Chromecast use.