Q&A: Fandango’s Cameron Douglas Discusses Vudu-FandangoNow Merger and Shifting Windows [Media Play News]

Q&A: Fandango’s Cameron Douglas Discusses Vudu-FandangoNow Merger and Shifting Windows [Media Play News]

(Above) Cameron Douglas

 

By Stephanie Prange

February 15, 2022 | Cameron Douglas, VP of home entertainment at Fandango, spearheads Vudu, the transactional digital rental and purchase content service owned by the movie-ticketing site, which also owns entertainment ratings and reviews site Rotten Tomatoes.

Fandango acquired Vudu from Walmart in 2020; it already ran competing site FandangoNow, which also offered digital rentals and purchases. FandangoNow existed as a separate service alongside the new acquisition until August of last year, when the two were combined under the Vudu moniker. Vudu is among the handful of digital retailers that support the cloud-based movie locker system Movies Anywhere.

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