LOS ANGELES -- Shipments, sales and rentals of video entertainment software products remain on an upward trend, and supermarkets are joining in. over the same period the year before, according to numbers provided to the group by Kaplan, Swicker and Simha, Encino, Calif. The total number of units shipped since the launch of the DVD format has risen to 4.3 billion discs, DEG reported, and there are now more than 43,000 DVD titles on the market. "We are pleased to see new DVD owners so ...

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