UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- The entertainment software highway will continue to run through retail stores for a long time to come. That was the viewpoint of several speakers at the Hollywood 2000 conference held here last month by Advanstar Associates, Carmel Valley, Calif. The new systems propose to deliver many of the same things that Warner's Qube project promised 17 years ago, said Ron Castell, senior vice president of programming and communications for Blockbuster Entertainment Corp., ...

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