KennyJ wrote:I guess it's no different than having 5 different video stores in your neighborhood to choose from.
Gilgamesh wrote:As long as it is not simply a duplication of available titles, that is there is at least some uniqueness, then more is better.
Also as long as the various services avoid collusion on prices so there is actual competition then even duplication would be good.
Choice is almost always good as long as the video services do not start to look like the cereal isle at the market then this is quite good.
KennyJ wrote:I don't know for sure, but I suspect that pricing is set by the studios... which is why the pricing all seems to be about the same across the board. With digital sales and VOD, the providers don't have first sale doctrine which lets them sell/rent/etc at any price they want... they MAY have to answer to the studios about pricing, etc.
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