ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Survival was the focus at this year's East Coast Video Show here. Independent specialty retailers, which mostly patronize the event, looked to DVD and emerging new game platforms as their salvation in today's often combative and tough marketplace for home video. Faced with convergence in entertainment delivery, shorter pay-per-view windows, complicated revenue-share programs, and recent government scrutiny on how the entertainment industry markets to minors, the ...

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