DVD Killed the Video Star

If you are 20 years or older, than you will remember a time when people had to rewind a movie before they could watch it because the film was on a VHS tape and had to be inserted into a VCR. Why did VHS tapes disappear from the public eye? The answer is that they were replaced by DVDs. We have some ideas as to why.

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Is DVD the Next to Die?

Technology moves fast, and nowadays, while it is still a viable source for watching movies and plenty of people have DVDs, a new form is taking a foothold in the market. This new format for film and TV is digital, so that you don't even have to acquire a physical copy of something before watching it because you can simply download it off the internet.