DVD rentals not threatened by digital movie downloads

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 With  Amazon, AOL and iTunes, along with a host of other outfits, offering DVD  quality video for download, you might think that the old standby rental disc  paradigm would be in...
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WHAT?! People would rather rent a DVD than download some DRM ridden piece of crap that can’t be burned to DVD??? NO WAY! What’s that??? Most people DON’T have a computer hooked up to their tv(their loss, really, cause, um, I do :slight_smile: )??? Hmmmm…I can’t understand why the rental business isn’t worried…LOL

Surprise , surprice - actually people preffer to have a disk for same money instead fightin with all this DRM playback issues , having to download it (by internet connection they already paid for) and conncting PC to TV (or whatching on small PC screen) … Who would guess this will happen ? :g

All the rental stores in my area have folded. Most of the movies arn’t that great. And all I do is buy the “classic” movies on DVD.