DVDs & Blu-ray discs vs. Electronic Distribution

DVDs & Blu-ray discs vs. Electronic Distribution analyzes the impact of over-the-top video services (Netflix, iTunes, Hulu, etc.) on DVD and Blu-ray disc usage.

DVDs & Blu-ray discs vs. Electronic Distribution is part of Parks Associates’ Digital Media research service, which analyzes how new technologies are changing the market for commercially produced content, including movies, TV programs and music.

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DVDs & Blu-ray discs vs. Electronic Distribution

Previous Research

Key Conclusions

Recommendations

Digital Media—Trending Data

Adoption of stand-alone Blu-ray player (2009-2012)

Use of Device for Video  (2010 vs. 2012)

Digital Media Use (2010-2011)

Consumer Demand for UltraViolet Media

Highlights

Explanation of  “Cloud Copy” Concept

Interest in Buying Cloud Copies of Media

Interest in Buying Cloud Copies of Media by Age

Interest in Buying Cloud Copies of Media by number of minor in HH

Explanation of  Movie Purchase Scenarios

U.S.: Preferred Method of Obtaining Newly-Released Movies

Brazil: Preferred Method of Obtaining Newly-Released Movies

China: Preferred Method of Obtaining Newly-Released Movies

High Intention to Upgrade Currently Owned Disc to a "Cloud Copy" at Various Price Points

Preferred Devices Used for "Cloud Copies" of Media Contents

Preferred Devices Used for “Cloud Copies” of Media Contents Among Those 18-34

Importance of Device Compatibility with "Cloud Copies"

Willingness to Pay a Premium for "Cloud Copies"

Attitude Towards "Cloud Copies" of Media Contents

Preference for Movie Format by Confidence in Cloud Media

Preference for Movie Format by Confidence in Cloud Media

DVDs, Blu-ray discs vs. Internet Distribution

Highlights

Video Source Users

Video Sources Users by Age Groups

Video Sources by Income

Number 1 Video Source by Video Source Segments

Motivation for Internet Video Usage by Video Sources

Net Change Video Consumption Activities By Video Sources

Average Monthly Usage of Netflix, Hulu & YouTube By Video Source

TV Downgraders by Video Sources

Monthly Household Video Cost

Average Dollar Amount Spend for Discs, Internet Video & Cinema By Age Group

Average Dollar Amount Spend for Renting / Buying Discs By Age Group

Percentage of HHs That Have “View New Releases” at Less Than 5% By Age Group

Disc Expenditure by Respondents of Viewing New Releases +/- 5%

A Video Expenditure by Internet Video and New Movie Usage

Explanation of Question about a social networking, movie rental service

Willingness to Pay for Movie Rentals on Social Networking Sites

Additional Video as Entertainment Research from Parks Associates

Publish Date: 1Q 2012

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Authored By:
John Barrett - Director of Consumer Analytics
Yilan Jiang - Director

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