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There is a wealth of research available on family everyday life and what is often referred to as an increasingly multi-media nature of the home. However, while the discussion often focuses on the media devices used in the home, video platforms, services and formats are often absent from these debates, as well as audience research. This chapter will particularly focus on these gaps in research and examine family’s video consumption habits and practices by looking at the use of various digital television devices, services, platforms and formats in the home, including video on demand and DVD. The chapter will investigate the logic behind the choices made and examine how they affect family viewing and consumption practices.
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- ‘To Own or not to Own?’ Home Video Devices, Applications, Formats, and the Family Decision-Making Process Behind the Viewing Choice
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