Industry Resources

Annual Industry Report

EMA’s 2013 D2 Report: Discs and Digital – The Business of Home Entertainment Retailing is …

Awards

EMA has recognized outstanding contributions made by retailers, distributors, content providers …

Best Practices to Encourage Improved Street Date Merchandising of Video Games at Retail

Adherence by all retailers of video games to street date policies encourages and increases …

DRM Compatability

Endorses NARM Statement that Says Compatibility Will Satisfy Consumer Expectations and Discourage …

Facts About the Home Video Market

 - For an overwhelming majority of Americans, buying and renting DVDs and Blu-ray Discs

   …

Facts About the Video Game Market

 ·    72% of American households play computer or video games.

 ·      In 2010 consumers spent $…

Privacy of Video Records

Recommended Program For Privacy of Customer Records

1. COMPLIANCE WITH THE VIDEO PRIVACY PROTECTION …

Research

Industry Growth Charts

Home Entertainment Industry Revenue Trends

IHSLogotempClick here for a chart of VHS/DVD/Blu-ray rental and sell-   thru consumer spending by year, from 1981 to 2010 provide by ihs/Screen Digest.


npd_logoClick here for a chart of video game software sales by year, from 1995 to 2010, provided by the NPD Group.



A Survey of Heavy Entertainment Consumers

In May of 2007 EMA partnered with the research firm The NPD Group to survey consumers throughout the country to identify a group we refer to as "Power Users". These are consumers who actively consume entertainment from a wide variety of sources including movie theater attendance, traditional DVD purchasing and renting, downloading - both to their PC and mobile devices, browsing the Internet, using their DVRs – in other words – they are active in all content delivery channels. …

Leisure Time and DVD Watching

This survey was conducted by Harris Interactive by telephone within the United States between June 16 and 19, 2006 among a nationwide cross section of 1,007 adults (aged 18 and over). Figures for age, sex, race, and region were weighted where necessary to bring them into line with their actual proportions in the population.

Statement on Benefit Denial Technology

EMA encourages the development and testing of benefit denial technology on optical discs …

Top Ten Reports

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The entertainment media Weekly Top Ten Reports provided by:


Top 10 Blu Ray and DVDs sold, …

Annual Industry Report

FINALCoveR2013

EMA’s 2013 D2 Report: Discs and Digital – The Business of Home Entertainment Retailing is now available. This annual publication provides an overview …

Awards

EMA has recognized outstanding contributions made by retailers, distributors, content providers and talent over the years through an array of programs …

Best Practices to Encourage Improved Street Date Merchandising of Video Games at Retail

Adherence by all retailers of video games to street date policies encourages and increases competition, establishes a level playing field, provides …

DRM Compatability

Endorses NARM Statement that Says Compatibility Will Satisfy Consumer Expectations and Discourage Piracy

ENCINO, CA (November 7, 2006) … The Board …

Facts About the Home Video Market

 - For an overwhelming majority of Americans, buying and renting DVDs and Blu-ray Discs

   remain an integral component of their entertainment options.

- …

Facts About the Video Game Market

 ·    72% of American households play computer or video games.

 ·      In 2010 consumers spent $25.1 billion on video games, hardware and accessories.

Privacy of Video Records

Recommended Program For Privacy of Customer Records

1. COMPLIANCE WITH THE VIDEO PRIVACY PROTECTION ACT OF 1998.

This chapter describes the requirements …

Research

Industry Growth Charts

Home Entertainment Industry Revenue Trends

IHSLogotempClick here for a chart of VHS/DVD/Blu-ray rental and sell-   thru consumer spending by year, from 1981 to 2010 provide by ihs/Screen Digest.


npd_logoClick here for a chart of video game software sales by year, from 1995 to 2010, provided by the NPD Group.



A Survey of Heavy Entertainment Consumers

In May of 2007 EMA partnered with the research firm The NPD Group to survey consumers throughout the country to identify a group we refer to as "Power Users". These are consumers who actively consume entertainment from a wide variety of sources including movie theater attendance, traditional DVD purchasing and renting, downloading - both to their PC and mobile devices, browsing the Internet, using their DVRs – in other words – they are active in all content delivery channels. …

Leisure Time and DVD Watching

This survey was conducted by Harris Interactive by telephone within the United States between June 16 and 19, 2006 among a nationwide cross section of 1,007 adults (aged 18 and over). Figures for age, sex, race, and region were weighted where necessary to bring them into line with their actual proportions in the population.

Statement on Benefit Denial Technology

EMA encourages the development and testing of benefit denial technology on optical discs in order to reduce shrink, both in the back room and on the …

Top Ten Reports

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The entertainment media Weekly Top Ten Reports provided by:

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Top 10 Blu Ray and DVDs sold, week ending September 13, 2014.

Top 10 Blu Ray and DVDs

Video Rental FAQ

Can I Rent or Resell Videos and Video Games that I Own?

Yes. Under the "First Sale Provision" of the U.S. Copyright Act, the owner of a lawfully made …


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