The chart below shows the annual number of rentals and sales (in various formats) of films from a particular store between 2002 to 2011.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The bar chart illustrates the number of films sold and rented in four categories of forms in a shop for a nine-year period.
Overall, whilst DVD had become the primary product of the store, the number of rentals experienced a marked decrease.
By 2002, rentals had been by far the most important income of the shop at well above 180 000 times. Just two years later, DVD sales overtook rentals and became the primary sale method with roughly 170 000 sales. Although there was a gradual increase in DVD production reaching a peak of roughly 210 000 sales in 2007, the shop saw a downward trend continuing for the remainder of the period.
Rentals experienced a remarkable decline for the whole period and its figure stood at around 60 000 by 2011. Likewise, there was a drastic drop in sales of VHS films which were sold the last time at just a mere of 10 000 sales in 2005. The shop started selling Blu-ray films in 2007, whereas there was only a negligible growth at more or less 10 000 sales in the last year of the period.