Redbox talking with video game makers

Redbox is talking with video game developers about offering their products in its DVD kiosks and hopes to avoid the kind of resistance it encountered from some Hollywood studios, Redbox's president said on Wednesday.

Time Warner's (TWX.N) Warner Bros, News Corp's (NWSA.O) Twentieth Century Fox and General Electric's (GE.N) NBC Universal have cut off Redbox's access to their DVDS, accusing the company of undervaluing potential DVD sales by renting them for $1 a day.

"We are talking early and often with the content providers of games so that we start out with a much better understanding of what we're doing," Mitch Lowe, president of Coinstar Inc's (CSTR.O) Redbox, said at the Reuters Global Media Summit in New York.

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