LAS VEGAS -- With price points dropping on both DVD players and DVD recorders, the Digital Entertainment Group, Los Angeles, reported that DVD hardware is now in more than half of U.S. homes -- and will reach two-thirds before the end of 2004. Issuing statistics during this month's Consumer Electronics Show here, the DEG said consumers spent $22.5 billion renting and buying, compared to the $9.2 billion spent at the theatrical box office. As Bo Andersen, president, Video Software Dealers ...

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