WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -- While the proposed in-home delivery of movies through video-on-demand systems will lure some customers away from video rentals in the future, video retailing will continue to thrive as a side-by-side business. That was the consensus of several top-level entertainment industry executives speaking at Hollywood 2000, a conference held here last month by Advanstar Associates, Carmel Valley, Calif. The program addressed the future of video, video-on-demand and ...

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