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Disney to expand MovieBeam video service

The Walt Disney Company announced it will expand its MovieBeam digital video service into three new markets by fall. The company said the new locations will be announced by summer.

Launched last September and now available in Jacksonville, Fla.; Salt Lake City; and Spokane, WA., MovieBeam uses TV broadcast signals to deliver digital video files to a set-top box. The set-top box can store up to 100 movies, which customers can view on-demand for between $2.49 and $3.99 per film, plus a monthly equipment rental fee and a one-time activation fee in some areas.

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