In terms of our entertainment business, I'm pleased that we were able to reach a long-term agreement with Paramount for various copy protection solutions. When combined with our other licensees, I believe we have good visibility into ACP remaining on DVD's, until at least the middle of the next decade. Not only did Paramount agree to use RipGuard and ACP, but it also became the second MPAA studio to license the right to use our BD+ Blu-ray copy protection technology.
While home video entertainment spending declined 7% last quarter, according to Video Business, sales of Blu-ray DVDs were up over 100% and analysts forecast remain robust.
While the rollout of BD+ has taken longer than initially hoped, I think Paramount's agreement along with other MPAA trials which we recently began, bode well for the future.
So I believe our entertainment business will continue to be a little soft in the near term given market trends, I expect it will be a steady revenue contributor in the coming years as BD+ grows.