The first thing I don't like in DVD movies is that I have to peel off the protective vinyl cover. In Seoul, some DVD titles cost a little under US$2 but average price is nearly US$10 per title. Instead of distributing movies on DVD disks, distributing over the Internet lines is also an option like MP3 downloads. LG and KT in South Korea allows unlimited MP3 downloads for their mobile subscribers (but only South Korean music.) Average speed is between 1MB/s to 10MB/s. Usually 3-6MB/s so 10TB per month which is about 1,500 DVD movies or 300 HD 1920*1080 movies of two hours with MPEG-2 compression. Buying that many DVD titles would cost anywhere from US$2,000 to US$30,000 here but downloading using one PC with hot-swappable SATA II HDDs should take less than US$100 including both for the line and download subscription per month and 10TB HDDs can't cost more than US$4,000 while HDD prices are falling forever (and you can always erase those you don't want to have longer or compress them to MPEG-4 saving much further.)
What I mean is movies and music on CDs and DVDs cost too much compared to Internet, TV, and radio. Because they have different philosophies among those running entertainment companies like Columbia and those running broadband internet suppliers and TV and radio stations. It wasn't that long ago TVs and internet and even electricity and phones remained only for the few or only limited time use was available.