DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/97t2vb/physical_video_vs) has announced the addition of the "Physical Video vs. VOD - Towards a New Pay Video Model" report to their offering.
Although videogram sales and rentals markets have been in steady decline since the mid-2000s, their most obvious successor transactional video on demand does not yet reign supreme. This can be put down to a bewildering array of offerings and different consumption patterns in the physical and online worlds, but also because of increasing head-on competition with other video content distribution channels, especially in the film and TV series segments.
This insight presents an in-depth look at the current state of the physical video and transactional video on demand markets worldwide, and analyses the following fundamental issues: value destruction attributable to the dematerialization of video; value sharing between content rights holders, publishers and distributors; and the evolution of DRM towards a model unifying physical media and digital copies.
This insight is part of our TV & New Video services watch which covers:
- Half-yearly updated datasets
- Half-yearly updated status reports
- Quarterly market insights
- Direct access to lead media analysts
Key Topics Covered:
1. Key Findings
2. Extinction of the physical video market on the horizon?
- The global market for video on physical media
- The videogram sales market
- The videogram rental market
3. Video on demand: the obvious replacement?
- Ongoing structuring of the market
- A competitive market struggling to replace the physical video market
4. A new business model for pay video?
- What impact will we see on the pay video end market in the future?
- Redistribution of created value?
- Moving towards a unified model for transactional video content sales?
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