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Old 03-05-2012, 05:29 PM   #1846
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It will be interesting to see.

If Blu-ray's growth rate ends up increasing from the HMM 17.7% YoY EOY number or the DEG number of 19.4% YoY EOY in 2012 that would probably be seen as a positive sign for Blu-ray.


I'm a little bit confused on how we can get to 22% normalized growth for Blu-ray in 2011 again when The DEG stats ended up at 19.4% or so and the Total Box Office at the end of the year was $-884.0 M or -8.17% down from 2010. Even with those close to even TBO benchmarks we discussed above.

I agree that the normalized figure should be close to 30%. To get to parity in 2011, box office would need to be 8.9% higher, and if you add that to 19.44% (DEG), you get 28.34%.

Of course one could say that's biased high for Star Wars, but then again improved catalog sales should be part of the equation of format growth.

As for this year, growth so far is up 32.7% with box office up 16.1%. Since a normalized box office would mean BO down 13.9% from what it is now, subtracting that would have a normalized growth of 18.8%. That's a little higher than what Psound predicts (not sure if he's assuming normalized BO conditions), but then it's early and Lady and the Tramp has definitely skewed the BD revenue to BO lead-in ratio.
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Blu-ray posting higher growth in 2012 than in 2011 (no matter the BO) would indeed be seen as a positive sign.

I don't know of any precedence for that in a Home Video format.

It could be possible with Blu-ray, as there are a few unique factors at play.

1) The format is so new release dependent, that a large positive shift in box office YoY could create a higher growth rate than the previous year, although the growth is due to box office. When accounting for box office normalization, I don't think improved YoY revenue growth would be possible, except in the following scenario...

2) Blu-ray benefits extraordinarily from DVD cannibalization, due to studios crippling DVD further by offsetting release dates or not releasing the DVD SKU at all on top titles. Of course, this trend would have to be in an accelerated phase from one year to the next, in order to see improved BD growth.
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Latest HMM figures are up, for WE 2/25

OD down 2.2%
DVD down 7.3%
Blu-ray up 19.4% and 23.2% share

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/

Updated thru week ending 2/25/12
Table of Blu-ray sales (HMM and DEG)
numbers are in (revenue) millions.
Weekly figures are from HMM (Home Media Magazine

Code:
2012 HMM    1244.89     0.4%     952.73    -6.3%     292.06   30.9%    23.5%    1313.0  1154.2										
Week Date      OD     OD YoY      DVD    DVD YoY       BD    BD YoY  BD Share  TBO2012 TBO2011										

8   2/25     158.98    -2.2%     122.04    -7.3%      36.94   19.4%    23.2%     272.1   258.0
7   2/18     207.15    18.9%     160.38    10.4%      46.77   61.7%    22.6%      16.4    86.2
6   2/11     205.54    19.4%     151.09     3.1%      54.45  104.2%    26.5%     316.5   224.0
5   2/4      144.90    -8.6%     110.25   -16.0%      34.65   27.1%    23.9%     118.5    23.0
4   1/28     131.95   -13.6%      98.40   -20.2%      33.55   14.2%    25.4%     226.3   201.2
3   1/21     129.39    -2.4%     103.53    -4.9%      25.86    8.9%    20.0%     112.7    60.7
2   1/14     128.65    -5.1%     100.16    -7.7%      28.49    5.6%    22.1%     143.4   116.2
1   1/7      138.33    -8.0%     106.88   -11.6%      31.35    7.0%    22.7%     157.7   134.3

2011 DEG    8951.80   -13.2%    6851.80   -19.5%    2150.00   19.4%    24.0%    
2011 HMM    8604.20   -13.9%    6608.28   -20.3%    1995.92   17.7%    23.2%    9936.0 10820.9																			

Q4 DEG      3338.95   -11.0%    2464.81   -16.5%     924.14   15.5%    27.7%
Q4 HMM      3125.11   -12.4%    2280.75   -19.5%     844.36   15.1%    27.0%    3698.4  3932.2

52  12/31    174.13   -25.6%     130.29   -28.7%      43.84  -14.7%    25.2%      64.3    95.9
51  12/24    482.11   -13.1%     368.59   -16.9%     113.52    2.2%    23.5%     205.6   303.6
50  12/17    369.89   -23.4%     280.58   -26.8%      89.31  -10.1%    24.1%     360.7   635.3
49  12/10    322.48   -14.5%     243.85   -18.6%      78.63    1.5%    24.4%     624.8   535.6
48  12/3     229.49   -23.3%     173.97   -27.5%      55.52   -6.2%    24.2%     282.0   496.0
47  11/26    388.67   -12.4%     300.39   -16.5%      88.28    5.0%    22.7%     194.5   185.3
46  11/19    166.84   -14.3%     127.57   -18.0%      39.27    0.5%    23.5%      41.6   359.0
45  11/12    183.17     2.5%     128.95   -12.0%      54.22   68.3%    29.6%     422.9   251.3
44  11/5     167.53   -16.8%     117.59   -22.8%      49.94    2.0%    29.8%     335.6   414.9
43  10/29    147.15    11.2%      96.66   -11.3%      50.49  115.6%    33.6%     204.5   108.7
42  10/22    156.94     9.5%      95.94   -17.1%      61.00  120.8%    38.9%     370.0    56.0
41  10/15    152.92    -2.4%     106.50   -14.1%      46.42   42.2%    30.4%     343.3   233.0
40  10/8     183.79     9.3%     109.87    -9.4%      73.92   57.7%    40.2%     248.6   257.6

Q3 DEG      1742.79    -4.0%    1320.93   -14.7%     421.86   58.0%    24.2%
Q3 HMM      1667.09    -4.9%    1298.39   -13.9%     368.70   49.9%    22.1%    1806.3  1609.5										

39  10/1     152.58   -14.3%     109.97   -20.4%      42.61    7.1%    27.9%     352.1   382.7
38  9/24     153.60     5.0%     108.69   -12.5%      44.91  103.6%    29.2%     169.3   112.5
37  9/17     164.69    14.0%     107.37   -14.2%      57.32  197.2%    34.8%     190.8   165.2
36  9/10     128.84     0.0%     102.29   -10.5%      26.55   82.9%    20.6%     189.3    60.3
35  9/3      119.04    -9.5%     100.87   -13.7%      18.17   23.5%    15.3%      65.6    95.1
34  8/27     109.34   -13.1%      91.74   -16.6%      17.60   11.5%    16.1%      12.6    45.3
33  8/20     124.53    -4.4%     101.11   -12.8%      23.42   63.3%    18.8%     100.8    81.2
32  8/13     122.13    -1.8%      98.44    -9.5%      23.69   51.8%    19.4%     118.0   143.9
31  8/6      139.66     1.4%     111.78    -3.6%      27.88   27.9%    20.0%     189.8   133.5
30  7/30     108.78   -18.3%      89.06   -20.2%      19.72   -8.7%    18.1%      56.8   177.2
29  7/23     120.50    -1.9%      97.25    -9.4%      23.25   49.9%    19.3%      88.3    72.7
28  7/16     118.09    -4.8%      94.88   -13.5%      23.21   61.7%    19.7%     267.8    94.7
27  7/9      105.31   -16.7%      84.94   -22.7%      20.37   22.9%    19.3%       5.1    45.2										
		
Q2 DEG      1831      -15.0%    1434      -18.8%     397       9.4%    21.7%
Q2 HMM      1791.55   -12.2%    1402.94   -16.7%     388.61    9.1%    21.7%    2314.8  2422.0

26  7/2      127.11   -12.3%      96.32   -21.6%      30.79   39.4%    24.2%     102.3   181.4
25  6/25     123.25    -7.7%      98.18   -12.8%      25.07   20.1%    20.3%     205.4    85.8
24  6/18     149.89   -11.2%     114.68   -17.7%      35.21   19.5%    23.5%     208.2   142.8
23  6/11     130.81   -13.6%     103.23   -18.6%      27.58   12.3%    21.1%     305.0   152.6
22  6/4      118.16   -34.1%      96.17   -32.8%      21.99  -39.1%    18.6%      15.8   386.8
21  5/28     113.83   -16.6%      91.37   -22.9%      22.46   24.9%    19.7%     154.4    87.9
20  5/21     111.98   -15.2%      91.84   -18.9%      20.14    7.2%    18.0%      99.8   185.7
19  5/14     111.02   -23.6%      90.00   -26.8%      21.02   -6.2%    18.9%     155.6   113.6
18  5/7      122.05   -25.2%      99.74   -29.5%      22.31   -7.7%    18.3%     141.5   106.1
17  4/30     106.99   -40.6%      86.94   -39.6%      20.05  -44.5%    18.7%       0.0   120.5
16  4/23     217.30    -8.3%     171.47    -0.3%      45.83  -29.4%    21.1%     187.5   841.3
15  4/16     184.50    48.7%     134.40    24.8%      50.10  205.3%    27.2%     314.8     8.1
14  4/9      174.66    21.6%     128.60     5.9%      46.06  107.5%    26.5%     424.5     9.4
										
Q1 DEG      2068      -20.0%    1661      -25.0%     407      10.0%    19.7%		
Q1 HMM      2020.45   -23.2%    1626.20   -28.4%     394.25    9.4%    19.5%    2116.5  2857.2

13  4/2      192.11   -36.0%     144.16   -44.6%      47.95   20.1%    25.0%     300.9   461.1
12  3/26     135.54   -49.8%     110.21   -50.9%      25.33  -44.1%    18.7%     218.0   335.6
11  3/19     138.72   -46.5%     112.58   -49.6%      26.14  -27.1%    18.8%     154.2   534.3
10  3/12     146.96   -24.4%     116.11   -30.8%      30.85   16.5%    21.0%     177.0   247.2
9   3/5      174.59    -7.2%     132.93   -15.4%      41.66   34.1%    23.9%     112.3   258.8
8   2/26     160.96     4.5%     130.35    -2.5%      30.61   50.7%    19.0%     258.0    74.9
7   2/19     172.68    -8.1%     143.99   -12.7%      28.69   25.0%    16.6%      86.2    80.1
6   2/12     172.00   -19.4%     145.34   -23.1%      26.66    8.9%    15.5%     224.0   211.0
5   2/5      158.26   -16.7%     131.08   -20.8%      27.18   11.1%    17.2%      23.0   114.6
4   1/29     151.21   -14.6%     122.05   -20.9%      29.16   27.6%    19.3%     201.2   151.6
3   1/22     131.62   -16.3%     107.98   -21.0%      23.64   14.8%    18.0%      60.7    61.0
2   1/15     135.49   -17.3%     108.51   -23.9%      26.98   27.0%    19.9%     143.3   137.8
1   1/8      150.31   -14.1%     120.91   -19.5%      29.40   18.6%    19.6%     157.7   189.2

OD = optical disc (DVD + Blu-ray)
YoY = year over year percentage change
TBO = total box office
BD = Blu-ray
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Cumulative YoY box office is up 13.8%

Normalized (zeroing out BO YoY and adding the difference to BD YoY%) BD YoY is 18.8%

OD, amazingly enough, is still up 0.4% after 8 weeks into the year. Could it possibly stay positive through the end of Q1?

DVD did very well this week compared to BD, down only 7.3%.
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It could be possible with Blu-ray, as there are a few unique factors at play.

1) The format is so new release dependent, that a large positive shift in box office YoY could create a higher growth rate than the previous year, although the growth is due to box office. When accounting for box office normalization, I don't think improved YoY revenue growth would be possible, except in the following scenario...

2) Blu-ray benefits extraordinarily from DVD cannibalization, due to studios crippling DVD further by offsetting release dates or not releasing the DVD SKU at all on top titles. Of course, this trend would have to be in an accelerated phase from one year to the next, in order to see improved BD growth.
I agree it is possible which is why I bring it up as a scenario.

It would also be a BD success to not only stop the decline in growth, but to actually show it might not be stuck in the sub $3 billion doldrums forever.
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I agree it is possible which is why I bring it up as a scenario.

It would also be a BD success to not only stop the decline in growth, but to actually show it might not be stuck in the sub $3 billion doldrums forever.
Sub $3 billion sell-through forever would really suck for the industry. Definitely a nightmare scenario for any of the major studios.
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I agree that the normalized figure should be close to 30%. To get to parity in 2011, box office would need to be 8.9% higher, and if you add that to 19.44% (DEG), you get 28.34%.

Of course one could say that's biased high for Star Wars, but then again improved catalog sales should be part of the equation of format growth.

As for this year, growth so far is up 32.7% with box office up 16.1%. Since a normalized box office would mean BO down 13.9% from what it is now, subtracting that would have a normalized growth of 18.8%. That's a little higher than what Psound predicts (not sure if he's assuming normalized BO conditions), but then it's early and Lady and the Tramp has definitely skewed the BD revenue to BO lead-in ratio.
Makes sense. But much of the 2012 Total Box Office strength is Twilight Saga and that skus much the other way against Blu-ray and towards DVD. It will be interesting to see what happens.
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Cumulative YoY box office is up 13.8%

Normalized (zeroing out BO YoY and adding the difference to BD YoY%) BD YoY is 18.8%

OD, amazingly enough, is still up 0.4% after 8 weeks into the year. Could it possibly stay positive through the end of Q1?

DVD did very well this week compared to BD, down only 7.3%.
This is only counting the weekend sales of Puss in Boots as it was a Friday release as well.

Twilight and Puss in Boots help the DVD sales as well for those genres.
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This is only counting the weekend sales of Puss in Boots as it was a Friday release as well.

Twilight and Puss in Boots help the DVD sales as well for those genres.
Megamind was Friday release last year as well.

Puss in Boots got a 40.7% share, so it helped BD sales more than it did DVD.

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It could be possible with Blu-ray, as there are a few unique factors at play.

1) The format is so new release dependent, that a large positive shift in box office YoY could create a higher growth rate than the previous year, although the growth is due to box office. When accounting for box office normalization, I don't think improved YoY revenue growth would be possible, except in the following scenario...

2) Blu-ray benefits extraordinarily from DVD cannibalization, due to studios crippling DVD further by offsetting release dates or not releasing the DVD SKU at all on top titles. Of course, this trend would have to be in an accelerated phase from one year to the next, in order to see improved BD growth.
Another factor is that a Blu-ray or BD+DVD+UV+Kitchen Sink combo sells at a higher price point than a normal DVD only new release.

So the same amount of those premium Blu-ray counted units exchanged for more and more DVD units also runs up the score a bit.

Still its way to early to tell how the year is going.

But the studios are going to push UV and Redbox and Netflix away from new release rentals or at least to further windows as much as they can to support OD sell through for as long as they can while trying to convince consumers to buy more digital EST and UV instead of just renting unlimited digital SVOD.
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Cumulative YoY box office is up 13.8%

Normalized (zeroing out BO YoY and adding the difference to BD YoY%) BD YoY is 18.8%

OD, amazingly enough, is still up 0.4% after 8 weeks into the year. Could it possibly stay positive through the end of Q1?

DVD did very well this week compared to BD, down only 7.3%.
Thanks for calculating that out.

I still think there is a bit of catalog sway at play that will be lessened as the quarter and half unfold.
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But the studios are going to push UV and Redbox and Netflix away from new release rentals or at least to further windows as much as they can to support OD sell through for as long as they can while trying to convince consumers to buy more digital EST and UV instead of just renting unlimited digital SVOD.
Furthering the windows just means that Redbox (and possibly Netflix) will simply buy discs at retail and have them at launch instead of 28 days later.
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Furthering the windows just means that Redbox (and possibly Netflix) will simply buy discs at retail and have them at launch instead of 28 days later.
That's certainly the option. Its more complicated and they may not do that with all titles but Redbox is certainly stating its going to do that with Warner's implementation of the 56 day rental delay window.

Universal though is sticking with the 28 day delay.
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Latest HMM figures are up, for WE 2/25

OD down 2.2%
DVD down 7.3%
Blu-ray up 19.4% and 23.2% share

http://www.homemediamagazine.com/

Updated thru week ending 2/25/12
Table of Blu-ray sales (HMM and DEG)
numbers are in (revenue) millions.
Weekly figures are from HMM (Home Media Magazine

Code:
2012 HMM    1244.89     0.4%     952.73    -6.3%     292.06   30.9%    23.5%    1313.0  1154.2										
Week Date      OD     OD YoY      DVD    DVD YoY       BD    BD YoY  BD Share  TBO2012 TBO2011										

8   2/25     158.98    -2.2%     122.04    -7.3%      36.94   19.4%    23.2%     272.1   258.0
7   2/18     207.15    18.9%     160.38    10.4%      46.77   61.7%    22.6%      16.4    86.2
6   2/11     205.54    19.4%     151.09     3.1%      54.45  104.2%    26.5%     316.5   224.0
5   2/4      144.90    -8.6%     110.25   -16.0%      34.65   27.1%    23.9%     118.5    23.0
4   1/28     131.95   -13.6%      98.40   -20.2%      33.55   14.2%    25.4%     226.3   201.2
3   1/21     129.39    -2.4%     103.53    -4.9%      25.86    8.9%    20.0%     112.7    60.7
2   1/14     128.65    -5.1%     100.16    -7.7%      28.49    5.6%    22.1%     143.4   116.2
1   1/7      138.33    -8.0%     106.88   -11.6%      31.35    7.0%    22.7%     157.7   134.3

2011 DEG    8951.80   -13.2%    6851.80   -19.5%    2150.00   19.4%    24.0%    
2011 HMM    8604.20   -13.9%    6608.28   -20.3%    1995.92   17.7%    23.2%    9936.0 10820.9																			

Q4 DEG      3338.95   -11.0%    2464.81   -16.5%     924.14   15.5%    27.7%
Q4 HMM      3125.11   -12.4%    2280.75   -19.5%     844.36   15.1%    27.0%    3698.4  3932.2

52  12/31    174.13   -25.6%     130.29   -28.7%      43.84  -14.7%    25.2%      64.3    95.9
51  12/24    482.11   -13.1%     368.59   -16.9%     113.52    2.2%    23.5%     205.6   303.6
50  12/17    369.89   -23.4%     280.58   -26.8%      89.31  -10.1%    24.1%     360.7   635.3
49  12/10    322.48   -14.5%     243.85   -18.6%      78.63    1.5%    24.4%     624.8   535.6
48  12/3     229.49   -23.3%     173.97   -27.5%      55.52   -6.2%    24.2%     282.0   496.0
47  11/26    388.67   -12.4%     300.39   -16.5%      88.28    5.0%    22.7%     194.5   185.3
46  11/19    166.84   -14.3%     127.57   -18.0%      39.27    0.5%    23.5%      41.6   359.0
45  11/12    183.17     2.5%     128.95   -12.0%      54.22   68.3%    29.6%     422.9   251.3
44  11/5     167.53   -16.8%     117.59   -22.8%      49.94    2.0%    29.8%     335.6   414.9
43  10/29    147.15    11.2%      96.66   -11.3%      50.49  115.6%    33.6%     204.5   108.7
42  10/22    156.94     9.5%      95.94   -17.1%      61.00  120.8%    38.9%     370.0    56.0
41  10/15    152.92    -2.4%     106.50   -14.1%      46.42   42.2%    30.4%     343.3   233.0
40  10/8     183.79     9.3%     109.87    -9.4%      73.92   57.7%    40.2%     248.6   257.6

Q3 DEG      1742.79    -4.0%    1320.93   -14.7%     421.86   58.0%    24.2%
Q3 HMM      1667.09    -4.9%    1298.39   -13.9%     368.70   49.9%    22.1%    1806.3  1609.5										

39  10/1     152.58   -14.3%     109.97   -20.4%      42.61    7.1%    27.9%     352.1   382.7
38  9/24     153.60     5.0%     108.69   -12.5%      44.91  103.6%    29.2%     169.3   112.5
37  9/17     164.69    14.0%     107.37   -14.2%      57.32  197.2%    34.8%     190.8   165.2
36  9/10     128.84     0.0%     102.29   -10.5%      26.55   82.9%    20.6%     189.3    60.3
35  9/3      119.04    -9.5%     100.87   -13.7%      18.17   23.5%    15.3%      65.6    95.1
34  8/27     109.34   -13.1%      91.74   -16.6%      17.60   11.5%    16.1%      12.6    45.3
33  8/20     124.53    -4.4%     101.11   -12.8%      23.42   63.3%    18.8%     100.8    81.2
32  8/13     122.13    -1.8%      98.44    -9.5%      23.69   51.8%    19.4%     118.0   143.9
31  8/6      139.66     1.4%     111.78    -3.6%      27.88   27.9%    20.0%     189.8   133.5
30  7/30     108.78   -18.3%      89.06   -20.2%      19.72   -8.7%    18.1%      56.8   177.2
29  7/23     120.50    -1.9%      97.25    -9.4%      23.25   49.9%    19.3%      88.3    72.7
28  7/16     118.09    -4.8%      94.88   -13.5%      23.21   61.7%    19.7%     267.8    94.7
27  7/9      105.31   -16.7%      84.94   -22.7%      20.37   22.9%    19.3%       5.1    45.2										
		
Q2 DEG      1831      -15.0%    1434      -18.8%     397       9.4%    21.7%
Q2 HMM      1791.55   -12.2%    1402.94   -16.7%     388.61    9.1%    21.7%    2314.8  2422.0

26  7/2      127.11   -12.3%      96.32   -21.6%      30.79   39.4%    24.2%     102.3   181.4
25  6/25     123.25    -7.7%      98.18   -12.8%      25.07   20.1%    20.3%     205.4    85.8
24  6/18     149.89   -11.2%     114.68   -17.7%      35.21   19.5%    23.5%     208.2   142.8
23  6/11     130.81   -13.6%     103.23   -18.6%      27.58   12.3%    21.1%     305.0   152.6
22  6/4      118.16   -34.1%      96.17   -32.8%      21.99  -39.1%    18.6%      15.8   386.8
21  5/28     113.83   -16.6%      91.37   -22.9%      22.46   24.9%    19.7%     154.4    87.9
20  5/21     111.98   -15.2%      91.84   -18.9%      20.14    7.2%    18.0%      99.8   185.7
19  5/14     111.02   -23.6%      90.00   -26.8%      21.02   -6.2%    18.9%     155.6   113.6
18  5/7      122.05   -25.2%      99.74   -29.5%      22.31   -7.7%    18.3%     141.5   106.1
17  4/30     106.99   -40.6%      86.94   -39.6%      20.05  -44.5%    18.7%       0.0   120.5
16  4/23     217.30    -8.3%     171.47    -0.3%      45.83  -29.4%    21.1%     187.5   841.3
15  4/16     184.50    48.7%     134.40    24.8%      50.10  205.3%    27.2%     314.8     8.1
14  4/9      174.66    21.6%     128.60     5.9%      46.06  107.5%    26.5%     424.5     9.4
										
Q1 DEG      2068      -20.0%    1661      -25.0%     407      10.0%    19.7%		
Q1 HMM      2020.45   -23.2%    1626.20   -28.4%     394.25    9.4%    19.5%    2116.5  2857.2

13  4/2      192.11   -36.0%     144.16   -44.6%      47.95   20.1%    25.0%     300.9   461.1
12  3/26     135.54   -49.8%     110.21   -50.9%      25.33  -44.1%    18.7%     218.0   335.6
11  3/19     138.72   -46.5%     112.58   -49.6%      26.14  -27.1%    18.8%     154.2   534.3
10  3/12     146.96   -24.4%     116.11   -30.8%      30.85   16.5%    21.0%     177.0   247.2
9   3/5      174.59    -7.2%     132.93   -15.4%      41.66   34.1%    23.9%     112.3   258.8
8   2/26     160.96     4.5%     130.35    -2.5%      30.61   50.7%    19.0%     258.0    74.9
7   2/19     172.68    -8.1%     143.99   -12.7%      28.69   25.0%    16.6%      86.2    80.1
6   2/12     172.00   -19.4%     145.34   -23.1%      26.66    8.9%    15.5%     224.0   211.0
5   2/5      158.26   -16.7%     131.08   -20.8%      27.18   11.1%    17.2%      23.0   114.6
4   1/29     151.21   -14.6%     122.05   -20.9%      29.16   27.6%    19.3%     201.2   151.6
3   1/22     131.62   -16.3%     107.98   -21.0%      23.64   14.8%    18.0%      60.7    61.0
2   1/15     135.49   -17.3%     108.51   -23.9%      26.98   27.0%    19.9%     143.3   137.8
1   1/8      150.31   -14.1%     120.91   -19.5%      29.40   18.6%    19.6%     157.7   189.2

OD = optical disc (DVD + Blu-ray)
YoY = year over year percentage change
TBO = total box office
BD = Blu-ray
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Old 03-06-2012, 12:25 PM   #1860
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Furthering the windows just means that Redbox (and possibly Netflix) will simply buy discs at retail and have them at launch instead of 28 days later.
Would this have an effect on disc sales since their purchases would be made through retail? Im not sure if this is correct or not?
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