In supermarket video in 2003, the plot was very much the same as 2002, except it definitely thickened. The storyline was simple: the continued, unprecedented and thoroughly welcomed (by retailers, anyway) growth of the DVD video format. This was the same as in 2002, but it went wider and further. At the start of the fourth quarter, the Digital Entertainment Group, Los Angeles, reported that DVD was nearly in half of all U.S. households. That threshold was expected to be eclipsed in the ...
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