Frank Sherman (Television) of the Academy says that this move will take better care of the modern tastes of its 25,000 members. Not to mention the cost benefits, since pushing and sending all of these DVDs was not cheap or good for the environment. Chromecast in the voting process. The vote for 2020, obviously, will be the first time that the DVDs of the members will be distributed, no matter how hard they are asked. the hands of prestigious TV for free. Though less of a problem for television than, say, movies, 25,000 DVDs flying over Hollywood are a big crack in the iron grip of the distribution studio. offline, including Time Warner ex-CEO Jeff Beaks. As early as 201
Things are not so enjoyable in the movie world, where the distribution of DVD poses a number of problems for directors and studios. Quantin Tarantino's screen saver The Hateful Eight was omitted by an employee of the Alcon Entertainment studio and quickly spread. to adopt the technology and avoid piracy. Although, like a pushback when Warner Bros. started using Blu-ray instead of DVD, some of the most crazy members would probably rebel.