Jun 03, 2011 04:31 PM EST

Netflix Getting Back to Roots With DVD Availablility

Netflix has announced that they will be putting more on focus on their DVD business, after spending a lot of time and effort pushing the movie streaming market.

Ted Sarandos, the company's chief content officer, said, "Over the next couple of months (and couple of years) you'll see us putting more focus on it. Right now it is a couple of bucks more to get all the discs you want. There is some room in there to right that and put a little more focus on the DVD business."

He also stated that stores like Blockbuster and other media stores should have taken advantage of the lack of offerings by Netflix. "There should have been end-caps at Best Buy that said ‘Not on Netflix' and moving those movies to the front of the store," he says. 

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