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  1. Josh Steinberg

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    I agree completely with that. I hope with storage space being exceedingly cheap that it’ll become a no brainer to offer these shows on the digital platforms they already run.
  2. Josh Steinberg

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    Please, this isn’t about Disney being an evil corporate overload. The MTM shows sold poorly for Fox on physical media, and the lack of demand stalled them out long before Disney ever thought about buying Fox. And whether or not it’s fair, Disney didn’t buy Fox to put out releases that were money...
  3. Josh Steinberg

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    Pop over to the Kino thread :)
  4. Josh Steinberg

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    There really aren’t any - at this point the kinks have basically been worked out. It’s essentially a way for studios to provide copies of films that wouldn’t sell enough to justify replicating thousands of copies at once and distributing them to stores.
  5. Josh Steinberg

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    I think I’m only about 50 episodes away from having the complete O&H. That’s not quite the same as a licensed complete set but still a worthy feat. Although I’m sure you have me beat there, Gary! :)
  6. Josh Steinberg

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    I’d also like to see New Dick Van Dyke. Warner controls it; I asked the Warner Archive folks about the possibility of an MOD release a few years ago, and the response was that they didn’t have music clearances or existing tape transfers from the original film so it was out of reach at the...
  7. Josh Steinberg

    What’s left that I’d like on physical media

    Echoing what Jack just said, I’ve been thinking over the past year that my collection feels close to complete. There will always be new movies and shows that interest me, but the way media is created and distributed has changed so rapidly that I don’t necessarily know if every future new release...
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