|iTunes is Number One in Internet Video on Demand|
|Home Theater News Home Theater/Media Center PCs News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Wednesday, 09 February 2011|
That 64.5 percent share is actually a big step down for the company which had a 74.4 share of 2009's market. That ten percent was picked up by Microsoft and Sony, who have found some success in video rentals on their videogame systems.
Vudu and Amazon aren't a big threat yet, but they're on the rise. With Walmart behind it, Vudu could easily be a huge threat in the marketplace.
These statistics do not include online streaming services that offer subscription models like Hulu and Netflix.