Analyst: UltraViolet movie pricing proves studios 'don't get it'.
[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2012/01/6x2Zxx.jpg[/newsimage]Several major movie studios are backing the digital video platform UltraViolet, but according to industry expert Dan Rayburn the new distribution model highlights their ignorance of what consumers actually want and expect from streaming video.
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Sounds like another smokescreen "Oh look. We tried. But nobody wanted it. So we need more protection from the government to protect our ancient business model".
I don't buy blurays, until they're $10 or under.
Streamed SD content @ $23? They're totally suicidal.
That is why I don't buy them, why would I when I can get unlimited legal Movie rentals for $16 a month delivered to the door. "NO CONTEST"