Katzenberg suggests a multi-tier video streaming pay plan, and “Mr. Peabody and Sherman” is delayed

Dreamworks Animation shares fell — for some reason — today. And Some are speculating that it’s because the studio had to move a potential animated blockbuster, from fall 2013 to spring 2014.

Then, there’s this suggestion by Jeffrey Katzenberg, suggesting that someday video consumers will pay by screen size — “by the inch.” So a phone download would be cheaper than a PC and cheaper than streaming a movie to your TV. That might have driven down shares, too, as the one price fits all structure is pretty entrenched.

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