*Membership spots not really limited!
jeremiahvedder wrote:Amazon's print-on-demand DVDs aren't much more expensive than regular DVDs. I bought the entire MAXX cartoon on there for $18 awhile back.
WWE's already got a huge portion of their vault digitized so there wouldn't be THAT much extra work, and they don't HAVE to offer custom DVD covers if they don't want to. (Maybe use some kind of Flash "cover maker" for fans who want to print their own covers at home.)
Anyway, I see a huge revenue stream from very little effort.
I wish comic book companies would do the same for print-on-demand TPBs.
Well, in theory it sounds like a great idea, but I don't know how their royalty fees go and if they have the rights to do something like this (even though they own the rights to various non-WWE companies, they might not be able to distribute them in this way and contracts might need to be reworked or whatever the same way older shows have trouble getting on Netflix some times) plus they'd have to go through and deal with various music rights with things like ECW and other older stuff where they might not have everything sorted yet. So maybe the cost of dealing with all that sort of stuff would make it prohibitive or lead to a more limited selection, but it's something they should definitely look into doing (if they haven't already) and it's something I think fans would be interested in.