UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- In a speech certain to fuel debate at all levels of the video industry, Benjamin Feingold, president and chief executive officer of Columbia TriStar Home Video, Culver City, Calif., envisioned an end to the current system of windows separating video from other outlets for movies, including theaters and video on demand. Emphasizing that he was expressing a personal view, Feingold said that in the future world of digital delivery, price should be the principal ...

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