Record fourth quarters are becoming old hat in the video category. The magnitude of the studio release schedule keeps getting bigger, the supplemental content on the DVDs keeps getting better, and the already-voracious appetite of consumers for more discs shows no signs of letting up. Meanwhile, DVD players seem to be showing up everywhere: cars, airplanes, computers and video game consoles. In addition, recordable units have arrived at price points acceptable to the mass market. How much ...

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