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Like people have said before, itís just a bigger slice of a shrinking cake. Not sure what your point is here? Unless you are getting unduly excited about a dead in the water format that canít hope to compete with subscription streaming. EST, Evaporating streaming trash.
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Here's a Walmart anecdote especially for alchav as he values anecdotes above any mere factual industry data:

My local super duper Walmart no longer sells digital codes for movies. They dabbled in offering those little cards with movie codes on them for a brief time, but they are all gone now along with the displays that held them. By alchavian "logic" that can only mean that no one wants digital codes. Digital codes certainly "evaporated" from my local Walmart.

But guess what they still sell on displays that are as large as ever? They still sell DVDs, blu-rays, and 4K discs. My local Walmart knew which to keep and which to dump.

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Vilya, I was thinking about our discussion last year when watching tv last night. A host was suggesting to a Climate warrior that if they are to be taken seriously, they need to lead by example and get rid of their petrol car and TV set, laptop and tablet. My goodness, that type of conversation makes me very nervous!
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That gave me a good laugh!
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Maybe you should check your facts before you post. From the DEG End Of 2019 Report:
It appears you are still angry over HD-DVD losing the HD disc war. It has been about 12 years now since the demise of HD-DVD so you should be getting over your hate for anything Blu-ray.
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Now that Walmart is in talks to sell VUDU to Comcast (FandangoNow), I may just switch back to discs. The AppleTV app on my Roku Ultra is nice but it doesn't give you the iTunes Extras.
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You are the only person that I have come across that can not do simple arithmetic.
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Maybe you should check your facts before you post. From the DEG End Of 2019 Report:
Well I have another one that has math problems.
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it appears you are still angry over hd-dvd losing the hd disc war. It has been about 12 years now since the demise of hd-dvd so you should be getting over your hate for anything blu-ray.
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Here's a Walmart anecdote especially for alchav as he values anecdotes above any mere factual industry data:

My local super duper Walmart no longer sells digital codes for movies. They dabbled in offering those little cards with movie codes on them for a brief time, but they are all gone now along with the displays that held them. By alchavian "logic" that can only mean that no one wants digital codes. Digital codes certainly "evaporated" from my local Walmart.

But guess what they still sell on displays that are as large as ever? They still sell DVDs, blu-rays, and 4K discs. My local Walmart knew which to keep and which to dump.
What stupid logic. People who buy digital, purchase through devices. They donít go to the store. Thatís the whole point of buying digitally. Digital sales are and subscriptions are on the rise. Physical media is declining rapidly. You canít change facts with bad logic.
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What stupid logic. People who buy digital, purchase through devices. They donít go to the store. Thatís the whole point of buying digitally. Digital sales are and subscriptions are on the rise. Physical media is declining rapidly. You canít change facts with bad logic.
If you honestly think digital HD sales are healthy, I have some time share properties you may be interested in?

Even the industry have lost interest in digital HD. When was the last time you read about how excited the industry is about Digital HD? A clue, itís a long long time ago. The type of growth we are seeing with Digital HD suggests it will peak very soon and thatís a very bad thing. Those single digits are just nowhere near good enough.

Subscription on the other hand is a success in terms of viewing figures. Even then, expect a lot of services with ads starting up in the next year or two. It will basically become just like cable tv.
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