A look at alternatives to buying digital videos, including the "old-fashioned" way: buying DVDs and Blu-Rays.
Streaming services continue to gain in popularity with Americans. The home video industry organization Digital Entertainment Group reports that spending on streaming in 2017 clocked in at $9.55 billion, or about 47%
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,
Once upon a time, Columbia House was a mail-order subscription music service. Columbia House ran ads in Sunday newspaper supplements like “Parade,” or in various magazines; said ads stated Columbia House
A look at when seven items became obsolete, from rotary-dial phones to CRT TVs.
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
As I wrote a few years ago, there was a sizable portion of the animated programs that ran on Kids WB that had yet to see a home video release. (“Kids WB&
Not a hoax, not a dream, and not an imaginary story… news came today that one of the “Holy Grails” of modern home video, the 1960s Adam West “Batman&