A recurring theme of the FT’s Digital Media and Broadcasting conference was how to recapture some of the magic of buying a film or album on a physical disc.

On Thursday, Kevin Tsujihara, president of Warner Bros’ home entertainment unit, spoke of having to “change the definition of what ownership is”, echoing remarks the previous day by Tesco’s entertainment director, Rob Salter, about consumers’ sense of ownership of media becoming “challenged” by the advent of iTunes. Read more