LAS VEGAS - Despite the advent of new high-definition technologies, regular old DVD still has a long life ahead of it as a video delivery medium, said a speaker at this month's Home Entertainment 2006 show here. However, Russ Crupnick, vice president, senior industry analyst, entertainment, NPD Group, Port Washington, N.Y., delivered one caveat: The studios must provide customers with better content than they are getting. "The way to salvage another five to 10 years out of DVD is to give ...
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