Death of DVD retail greatly exaggerated

Desjardins, Doug
July 2004
DSN Retailing Today;7/19/2004, Vol. 43 Issue 14, p8
Trade Publication
Comments on the changing business environment of the video entertainment industry. Inclination of the industry to exaggerate the effects of emerging technology on the status quo; Examples of the failure of technological innovations and service markets to break the strength of the video stores; Acknowledgment of the formidable strength posed by the digital video disc (DVD) format; Revelation of the drop in sales of videos in 2003; Business forecast; Plans of the industry to integrate with the Internet.


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