DALLAS -- The new digital video disc technology will add incremental revenues to the video industry, helping create a $21 billion total business by the year 2000, said a speaker at the Video Software Dealers Association convention held here, May 21-24. "As long as the current 60-plus-day delay in the pay-per-view window stays intact, we think home video remains a dominant and growing business, at least over the next five years," said Larry Gerbrandt, senior vice president of research at ...

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