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An overlooked ancillary market where physical media distribution remains strong is the education market. Educators continue to request the physical media characteristics of DVD. As a result, the relative overall decline of the DVD in the home market has not been mirrored to the same extent in education. What are the distinct needs and characteristics of the education market these distributors currently engage with and how do physical media continue to meet those needs? This chapter will provide an overview of the distinct characteristics of this market for screen content in both UK and Australian contexts. The distinctive work of film distributors, festivals, foundations and charities within the education market for screen content offers examples of meeting specific audience demands through DVD media.
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