NEW YORK -- Next year's debut of the digital video disc is certain to have wide implications for the video industry, but it will not erode the VHS format in the short term, according to a video consultant. "VHS is alive and well, and will continue," Dick Kelly said at the annual meeting of the Special Interest Video Association, held here Nov. 1 to 3. Kelly is president of Cambridge Associates, a Stamford, Conn.-based video consulting firm. Despite the advent of the DVD, Kelly believes VHS ...

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