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Home Media Magazine publishes weekly reports of top home entertainment sales and rentals, along with detailed analysis of other trends affecting the home entertainment industry.


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Projections: 'Fantastic Beasts' Coming to Play    3 Apr, 2017

News By: John Latchem

Warner's 'Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,' a prequel spinoff of the "Harry Potter" movies,...More>>

'Sing' Hits High Note to Top Disc Sales    29 Mar, 2017

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

Universal's animated musical 'Sing' debuted at No. 1 on the home video sales charts the week ended...More>>

Kagan: Broadband-Only Homes Represent 13% of U.S. Households     29 Mar, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

The number of domestic households with a broadband Internet connection and no linear pay-TV service...More>>

Report: Just 4% of Rural America Ditching Pay-TV    29 Mar, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Despite ongoing media buzz about U.S. households cutting the cord with pay-TV, 82% of rural...More>>

North American Households Without Pay-TV to Double    27 Mar, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

New data from Digital TV Research estimates the number of homes without pay-TV will double to more...More>>

Consumers Prefer 'à La Carte' TV Networks    27 Mar, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

As expected, consumers increasingly want to pay only for the TV networks they watch, according to...More>>

Projections: 'Sing' Expects to Reach No. 1 on Disc Sales Chart    27 Mar, 2017

News By: John Latchem

Universal's animated 'Sing' is looking to debut at No. 1 on the home video sales charts. More>>

'Moana' Extends Voyage on Home Video Charts to Second Week at No. 1    22 Mar, 2017

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

The musical fantasy 'Moana,' the latest animated hit from Walt Disney Studios, remained at No. 1 on...More>>

Roku Dominates Streaming Media Device Market    22 Mar, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Roku, along with Netflix, created the subscription streaming video market. Thus, it is little...More>>

Report: Original Content Paying Off for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video    20 Mar, 2017

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Netflix, Amazon Prime Video and Hulu are spending billions collectively creating original content,...More>>