What does the future look like for DVDs and Blu-rays? Not the most promising, based on recent physical media sales figures.
Tag: digital video
As Amazon reminds customers they don’t have full ownership of the digital videos they buy, I look at alternatives to buying digital videos.
In the spring of 2016, I wrote about the major digital movie stores: Amazon, Vudu, iTunes, and Google Play. Given some major changes since then,
Revenue in the US from subscriptions to digital streaming services (such as Netflix) has finally surpassed those of DVDs and Blu-rays for the first time.
While streaming video’s ubiquitous, actually buying or renting digital video’s not so much. A recent survey by research firm GfK showed 46% of respondents had
DVDs (and to a lesser degree their Blu-Ray high definition cousins) have dominated the home video landscape since the early 2000s. The rise of DVDs,
Update (11/25/18): I’ve written an updated post about digital movie stores. Back in 2014, I wrote about the various digital video services available that sell
Fox has reported they plan to halt production of any future DVD and Blu-Ray season box sets for the long-running TV show “The Simpsons.” Showrunner