A collection of DVDs belonging to the Granger family

DVD (digital versatile disc or digital video disc) was a digital optical disc data storage format commercially introduced in 1996.[1] Although the same size as compact discs, DVDs had a higher storage capacity, and were thus used primarily for films and video games.[1]

The edition of the Muggle entertainment magazine Radio Times for London, Anglia, and the Midlands ran an exclusive DVD giveaway offer in a 1997.[2]

The Granger family had amassed a moderate collection of DVDs by mid-1997.[3]

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