NEW YORK -- Despite challenges from new technologies, the VHS videocassette is alive, well and still growing in sales, according to a speaker at the International Recording Media Association's Marketing Summit held here last month. "We believe that as long as key industry participants continue to identify and then effectively manage the various challenges that are perched around the proverbial corner, the videocassette format will continue as the leading packaged media format for a number ...
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