LAS VEGAS -- It's time for video retailers, including supermarkets, to start pushing DVD rentals. That message was delivered at four separate events during the Video Software Dealers Association convention here last month: a press luncheon sponsored by the DVD Video Group, Los Angeles; the state-of-the-industry speech by VSDA's president Jeffrey P. Eves; a DVD seminar; and the Supermarket Video Issues Breakfast. Hardware penetration will reach 700,000 units by the end of the year, with 1 ...
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