A look at home video sales for 2017, including the continued decline in DVD/Blu-Ray sales, plus the fortunes of streaming, Redbox kiosks, and even old-fashioned video rental stores.
For the first time, revenues from streaming services (such as Netflix) have outpaced those of DVDs and Blu-rays in the United States.
Why haven’t digital video sales or rentals taken off the way streaming video services have? I look at a few reasons why this is the case.
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