DVD popular despite VoD and DVR growth

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#1

I just posted the article DVD popular despite VoD and DVR growth.

Video-on-Demand and DVRs are here to stay, say several researchers at yesterday’s presentation at the Home Media Expo. DVD retailers have to find a way to exist next to its newest competitors in this…

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#2

DVR’s are ok, but if you’re tivo’ing it, unless you pay for the commercialless uncensored movie channel, you’re getting a nudered/censored version of the movie. VoD is ok, but the license is only good for a short while, then you don’t have it anymore. DVD’s are getting cheaper, quality is decent enough for the average joe, and you can watch it whenever you want.


#3

“The overall problem with Blu-ray is that the consumer still needs to be educated” Ha!, as if. The problem with Blu-ray is that people don’t give a damn about it. Why educate people about something that will offer minimal improvement over DVD ?


#4

I agree with the comments above, I think dvd is of adequate quality and reasonably priced, with regard to Blu Ray, it’s the vinyl/cd thing again, lets charge them silly money again just for a small improvement and mega bucks for back catalogue stuff again.