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Physical, Digital, or Both: What Are Your Thoughts?

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19 minutes ago, Secret Executioner said:

Kind of ironic Netflix is starting to release physical media again considering the fact their VOD-based strategy is quite a hit to the physical industry.

 

Including holding back the physical release of show's they've bought the right to aswell. Volume 2 of Season 5 of The Vikings being an example I've used before. Each season used to be a complete DVD or Blu-Ray set, then they started to release one season in two parts. Followed this show from the start, and I would buy the phyical releases as they came out. Lost real interest since the releases dates get held back and messed around with.

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Sony is shutting down its live TV streaming service Playstation Vue.
https://blog.us.playstation.com/2019/10/29/sony-interactive-entertainment-to-shut-down-playstation-vue/

There's bad news for people who want to see classics in actual theaters. Disney is pulling all Fox classics from distribution meaning a lot of small independent theaters may have to shut their doors. Basically, the whorporations are forcing their crappy streaming services on us.

https://www.vulture.com/2019/10/disney-is-quietly-placing-classic-fox-movies-into-its-vault.html?utm_source=pocket-newtab

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On 11/3/2019 at 4:02 AM, HyperDrive said:

There's bad news for people who want to see classics in actual theaters. Disney is pulling all Fox classics from distribution meaning a lot of small independent theaters may have to shut their doors. Basically, the whorporations are forcing their crappy streaming services on us.

 

Thanks for sharing that here @HyperDrive.

 

 

It aint over til its over, shocked at just how many Movie rental stores are still open to this day.

 

 

 

 

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