A recent study by Adams Media Research found that DVD sales declined by 27 per cent since the heady days in 2004 when sales reached $12 billion worldwide.
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Last year, online sales and streaming of movies amounted to $300 million in the United States, and $340 million for TV shows, according to Adams Media Research.
This announcement comes on the heels of market research firm's Adams Media Research most recent report projecting significant increases in consumer spending on downloaded movies, music and TV shows.
``Catalog has just been phenomenal,'' said presenter Tom Adams, president of Adams Media Research.
Adams Media Research projects DVD players in 91% of U.
An Adams Media Research report predicts that over the next five years total consumer spending on video will grow 45%, topping the $30 billion mark.
Shaw also announced that GRID has acquired two newsletters, Hollywood Aftermarket (12x, $495/year) and the AIM Report (12x, $550/year), from a former colleague, Tom Adams, president of Carmel, Calif-based Adams Media Research.