Dec 4 2007
The book world had been bemoaning the poor sales of books so let’s give Mr. DVD a hand as he joins the community of declining entertainment sales. Apparently, DVDs that once sold 20 million copies barely scratch the 10 million number AND poor Mr. DVD unit price has dropped 15% during the first nine months of the year.
Sadly the book industry doesn’t work that way. Mr. Book sees a decline in sales and ups the prices of books, further driving readers away. The Gizmodo writer suggests that DVD sales have dropped, in part, because the value of the entertainment. I voted that movies have sucked and that is why we haven’t bought any DVDs (other than children’s movies) in the last few years.