BURBANK, Calif. -- The new digital videodisc format may have passed its last major obstacle this month as Disney's video arm, Buena Vista Home Entertainment, said it would support the fledgling technology with a slate of live-action titles later this year. "We've carefully scrutinized the development of this new format at every turn and we're impressed with the strides that have been made in both technology and security," said Michael O. Johnson, president of Buena Vista Home Entertainment ...

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