UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- Special-interest video is on the verge of a "new era" driven by technology and increased consumer demand, said Jeffrey Eves, president of the Video Software Dealers Association, Los Angeles. "New formats, new marketing tools, technological advancements and the public's acceptance of video as an educational medium all bode well for the future of special-interest video," he said. Eves spoke at the fifth annual convention of the Special Interest Video Association, ...
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