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Movie Industry: Shift Towards Handpicked Programming On Demand – Infographic

There is a paradigm shift happening. Theatrical and DVD sales for movies have been falling, while ticket prices maintain a rise. With the MPAA reporting more growth in the movie industry from smaller films than from big budget blockbusters and YouTube’s Vice President of TV and Entertainment Robert Kyncl forecasting that 90% of all web traffic will soon be video, there is a burgeoning opportunity for an escalation of digital distribution and consumption of independent film, both domestically and abroad. Based on this, Yekra, a film distribution technology platform for digitally delivering movies direct to consumers through online, affinity communities, designed this infographic.

Source: Visual.ly

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How Streaming Video is Killing the DVD – Infographic

Mashable, 04/20/2012

Netflix – Where is it going?

Netflix is in the news for a few days now, and the news is not good. The stock took a major hit over the past days and went down to $155.00.

Where is that stock going? Well, Netflix was for while the top address for movies (I wonder why). They had a good business model, though. For a low fixed price one could watch movies in DVD format. Clearly, the price and the service provided was outstanding. However, it wasn’t very difficult to figure out that DVD mailing is not the future of watching movies Continue reading