What Makes Target's Movie Service Stand Out?
Target just introduced a streaming video service. The so-called Target Ticket service is based on a very popular platform: Wal-Mart uses the same Rovi Entertainment Store solution for its Vudu service, Best Buy powers its CinemaNow product the same way, and DISH Networks ' Blockbuster On Demand is another take on the same turnkey solution.
What sets Target's offering apart from other Rovi stores? Should Netflix investors worry about Target invading its streaming video turf? Fool contributor Anders Bylund answers these key questions and more in the video clip below.
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