Wednesday, June 04, 2014

EMA: Physical Discs Still Represent 'Majority' of Video and Video Game Revenues

The report also found that overall video spending increased to $18.2 billion, with Blu-ray Discs and digital delivery compensating for a decline in DVD revenues. Around 50 percent of households subscribe to a video subscription service; and a majority in all tracked age groups now play video games, according to the report.

Organizations and companies contributing data to the report included Digital Entertainment Group, Frank N. Magid Associates, iHS Electronics and Media, The Nielsen Company, The NPD Group, Parks Associates, and Rentrak Corporation.

From the article "EMA: Physical Discs Still Represent 'Majority' of Video and Video Game Revenues." 

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