While retailers are gearing up for the big summer splash of video titles from last fall's theatrical hits, many say the biggest news in the video department is not a tape at all, but the DVD format. "I hate to get rid of VHS to move DVD in, but that's probably what we'll have to do pretty soon," said Jason Hoyle, video manager, Hilander Foods, Rockford, Ill. Hoyle said DVD is almost neck-and-neck with VHS in his store, as evidenced by the number of units he purchased for "What Women Want." ...
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