Redbox Adds RetroCrush to Free Streaming Lineup in Content Deal with DMR





Redbox announced today an agreement with Digital Media Rights. With the agreement, Redbox is launching a new free streaming channel – RetroCrush. The independent anime streaming brand offers viewers classic anime TV and movies 24 hours a day.

“Redbox is known for offering the very best selection of content for our customers, and this deal with DMR further enhances our free streaming services,” said Chris Yates, General Manager, Redbox On Demand. “Anime is one of the most sought-after categories, and we’re thrilled to provide our viewers with a deep dive into this hot genre.”

“Our aim with RetroCrush is to provide anime fans with the world’s best series and films. As one of the most recognizable brands in entertainment, we’re pleased to partner with Redbox and offer an exciting programming lineup of classic anime to their millions of customers,” said John Stack, Director, Digital Distribution and Content Strategy, DMR .

The RetroCrush channel has titles including Street Fighter II: The Animated SeriesGoku: Midnight Eye, and Demon City Shinjuku, and many more. The channel joins over 100 free streaming channels on the Redbox lineup. You can watch on the Redbox app available on Roku, Vizio, Samsung, LG, Xbox, iOS, Android, and others.

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