Originally Posted by PSound
Even looking at kiosk revenues, it is clear that they became more of a force post-2008.
And now (including 2011) you can almost see a direct correlation of their impact on [email protected]
"More of a force" means they already had some force prior to 2008. So you agree with me then apparently.
Looking at revenue is skewed because they were renting for $1 when everyone else was $4/night. They would need way more machines and way more transactions to make a dent in 2005/2006.
But that doesn't mean they weren't disruptive - even early on.
The psychological impact was made on anyone that saw a Redbox even if they didn't use it
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. A thousand red machines offering DVD's for $1 is insignificant?