DVDs Still Lead Streaming

Jan. 30, 2013
According to the NPD Group, despite the growing availability of connected devices and streaming video options, sales of Blu-ray discs and DVDs remain the largest source of revenue for the movie industry, accounting for 61% of home-video spending on movies (exclu...
According to the NPD Group, despite the growing availability of connected devices and streaming video options, sales of Blu-ray discs and DVDs remain the largest source of revenue for the movie industry, accounting for 61% of home-video spending on movies (excluding Netflix and other movie-streaming subscriptions) in 2012. The previous year the Blu-ray and DVD movie share was 64%.According to NPD, the digital-video market for movies is growing - accounting for 16% of consumer expenditures, which is an increase of 2 percentage points over 2011. Pay TV VOD movies from cable, satellite, and telco operators also rose 1% to reach a 12% share of revenues.

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