Target (NYSE:TGT) just introduced a streaming video service. The so-called Target Ticket service is based on a very popular platform: Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT) uses the same Rovi Entertainment Store solution for its Vudu service, Best Buy (NYSE:BBY) powers its CinemaNow product the same way, and DISH Networks ' (NASDAQ:DISH) Blockbuster On Demand is another take on the same turnkey solution.

What sets Target's offering apart from other Rovi stores? Should Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) investors worry about Target invading its streaming video turf? Fool contributor Anders Bylund answers these key questions and more in the video clip below.

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