Despite all the buzz surrounding Netflix, more people watch movies and TV shows on DVD and Blu-ray Disc. The number of consumers renting discs at kiosks and video stores is identical to the number of people watching on a subscription video-on-demand services, according to new data from The NPD Group.
Replicator and video technology company Technicolor has launched two new certification programs: one that covers color quality on computers and mobile devices, and another that deals with the delivery of 4K video to Ultra HDTVs.
Netflix is offering lawn signs to L.A. Country households interested in helping the SVOD pioneer promote its first Emmy campaigns for original series, “House of Cards,” (“Outstanding Drama Series”) and “Arrested Development” (“Outstanding Comedy Series”).
Netflix and subscription video-on-demand may dominate the headlines, but music, via subscription streaming, song-play and download stores, continues to lead the digital subscription and download media with nearly 60% penetration in a market that generated $12.5 billion in 2012, according to a new research report.