Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Streaming from the DVD, Netflix announced the end of physical media

It will be to sanction the death of the Netflix DVD? It would be an ironic fate. The popular website was launched simple and effective idea: to bring the discs with movies in the homes of Americans, through the mail. It was a comfortable rental home, which cost a few dollars a month. After watching the film was restored by returning back the DVD, at no cost to the user.

And Netflix sent his next film. Given the low prices of the service, millions of moviegoers subscribe, anxiously waiting for the disks in the letter box. Then came the Web, broadband ultra-fast, capable of transmitting high-definition video, and Netflix began to change: the movies became available on the Internet directly, always paying a small monthly fee (8 dollars).

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