LOS ANGELES -- DVD-video player sales picked up freight-train momentum during the first quarter, according to the DVD Entertainment Group here, and grocery retailers, some reportedly reluctant to stock software, could be surprised when demand hits sooner than expected. The group released the robust first-quarter DVD hardware and software sales figures, compiled by the Consumer Electronics Association, Arlington, Va., on April 12. Sales of both set new records in the first quarter of 2000. ...
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