Video hire chain Blockbuster is joining the internet revolution by allowing customers to reserve videos over the internet.
The service will kick off in the US next spring and could be here soon after.
Blockbuster intends to rent and sell videos over the internet. Customers will be able to reserve the movie they want online, but will still have to go to the store to pick them up. According to sources, however, Blockbuster is looking at trialling a delivery service.
The big question for industry watchers is how long will it keep the video hire model afloat in a world where video-on-demand will fast make it redundant.
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