LOS ANGELES -- The DVD format is here to stay, even as the industry evolves and changes in response to new trends and technological advances, according to a cluster of recent studies. For example, DEG: The Entertainment Group here has reported a 59% increase in DVD software shipments for the third quarter of this year over the same period in 2003. Figures compiled by Kaplan, Swicker & Simha, Encino, Calif., for DEG showed 340 million DVDs shipped in the third quarter, for a total of ...
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