April 2006
Entertainment, Media & Advertising Market Research Handbook;2006, Issue 8, p155
Market Research Report
Chapter 23 of the book "The 2006 Entertainment, Media & Advertising Market Research Handbook" is presented. Based on the data released by the Digital Entertainment Group, DVD sales in the U.S. increased to $16.3 billion in 2005. Leading players in the video rentals business include Blockbuster and Netflix. The trends relating to motion picture downloading are described.


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