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DVD Pricing


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Posted 06 February 2002 - 02:24 PM


This is an excellent article about DVD pricing. It seems that the head of Warner is trying to drive prices down. Blockbuster is pretty much the enemy if we want to see DVD prices stay low. It's also mentioned that Video On Demand (VOD) will probably cut out video rental stores completely.

I predict that within 20 years, Blockbuster will be gone along with all other retail rental chains.

msnbc.com/news/699928.asp


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Posted 12 February 2002 - 08:16 AM


I agree. Blockbuster is evil. They try to push up costs to discourage purchases, and they also only stock cropped movies when both are available. Down with Blockbuster!





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