More Wrong Research About Video Downloading

More Wrong Research About Video Downloading
technology

A new survey from market research firm Parks Associates has found that few consumers in the US are satisfied with the videos they download from the Internet...

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 10 august 2007

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A new survey from market research firm Parks Associates has found that few consumers in the US are satisfied with the videos they download from the Internet… “People don’t see a reason to use video downloading services,” said John Barrett, director of research at Parks Associates in a prepared statement. “Sure, it saves a trip to the video store, but it takes longer, looks worse, and you end up watching it on a 17″ screen. No wonder consumers are dissatisfied with the experience.” He noted that niche markets will emerge, but mainstream consumers will remain lukewarm about the video download experience. Good news for DVD makers, perhaps, but certainly not the feedback that online distributors like Apple are hoping to hear.

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