OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill. — Walt Disney Co., Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. and Sony Corp. are reportedly cutting deals with Redbox, the $1 DVD rental kiosk company here, for a short-term sales lift even though low-cost rentals are said to be eating into DVD sales revenues, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal this week. The report cited figures from Adams Media Research that indicate disc sales to retailers and rental outlets are projected to fall by about $850 million to $12.9 ...

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