A look at alternatives to buying digital videos, including the "old-fashioned" way: buying DVDs and Blu-Rays.
On Tuesday, The Verge reported that Fandango, owned by Comcast, will buy Vudu from Walmart for an undisclosed amount of money. The move is supposed to help Comcast compete better in the home
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, I thought it was time for a new,
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. That’s according to a survey by
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 never purchased or rented
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, as well as digital/streaming media services (iTunes,
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 or rent digital videos.
On October 28, Google is replacing “YouTube Music Key” with the formal launch of YouTube Red, a subscription service for YouTube. At $10/month, subscribers will get an ad-free experience. They&
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 Al Jean cites the decline in