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 Todd Chanko - “Overall, it's important to stress on the revenue side that sales are up. It's not about Amazon not being able to increase its top line growth.”
 Todd Chanko - “It's cheaper for Hollywood to deliver videos digitally than ship DVDs.”
 Todd Chanko - “But the idea is sound leveraging the power of broadband to showcase what it does best -- video,”
 Todd Chanko - “But the idea is sound leveraging the power of broadband to showcase what it does best -- video.”
 Todd Chanko - “At this point in time, I see direct-to-consumer digital downloads of DVD titles as being a nice, incremental market for studios. It will not be a wholesale substitution of the retail channel.”
 Todd Chanko - “There's only so much programming that the U.S. public will pay for at any given point of time.”
 Todd Chanko - “The big deal is the fact that the heads of the media companies are beginning to think creatively about how can we sell our content directly to consumers but without antagonizing our current distribution arrangement.”
 Todd Chanko - “While the larger footprint and revenue-generating units provide a great base for delivering video services, there is one catch deployment. Mounting any kind of reliable -- and desirable -- video service is harder than press releases make it seem.”
 Todd Chanko - “This is about Amazon trying to control the cost side of the equation and also trying to control the cost side in a market that is getting increasingly crowded.”
 Todd Chanko - “The big deal is the fact that the heads of the media companies are beginning to think creatively about how can we sell our content directly to consumers but without antagonizing our current distribution arrangement.”
 Todd Chanko - “The Web will become a testing ground for older library content. Older content is desirable because you don't have to build up marketing for it. It's still part of the cultural zeitgeist.”
 Todd Chanko - “The big deal is the fact that the heads of the media companies are beginning to think creatively about how can we sell our content directly to consumers but without antagonizing our current distribution arrangement.”
 Todd Chanko - “The big deal is the fact that the heads of the media companies...are beginning to think creatively about how can we sell our content directly to consumers but without antagonizing our current distribution arrangement.”
 Todd Chanko - “The big deal is the fact that the heads of the media companies ... are beginning to think creatively about how can we sell our content directly to consumers but without antagonizing our current distribution arrangement.”
 Todd Chanko - “That is not insignificant. But it isn't enough to dislodge traditional video services such as home video rentals, box office and traditional TV watching, because you only have 25 percent of the American TV households capable of doing it.”