eMusic, a service that already offers DRM free music downloads, is also considering offering video downloads as well.
According to NewTeeVee, eMusic CEO David Pakman wants to make the move in to selling DRM-free MPEG-4 files as well. However, he is only interested if the networks and studios would sign on the dotted line.
As the sales of DVDs will come to their decline, he hopes that as the sales decrease and p2p sharing increases, many networks and studios would be on board with direct selling to the consumers.
Music Industries have already embraced this idea of selling music directly to the consumers by offering usually DRM protected content which has only enraged many consumers because it leads to tons or mp3 player problems. Why can’t the video industry go in the same direction?
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