Today in Connected Consumer

If there is one market starting to see significant price erosion in the digital video download space, its TV. It was only a few years ago when Hollywood saw TV on DVD as its savior, but when I see full seasons of 30 Rock going for $5 a pop, it tells me that something may be changing. Sure, most of us wouldn’t watch the Real Housewives of New York City if we were paid $5, but full seasons of The Office, House and 30 Rock for this low price makes me think that the bounty of premium TV streamed from the likes of Hulu and Netflix is pressuring prices in the download market.