LAS VEGAS -- DVD has changed the video retail landscape, but it has also changed the way Hollywood makes movies, said a panel of top studio executives during the recent Home Entertainment 2003 show of the Video Software Dealers Association, Encino, Calif. But one thing DVD hasn't changed is consumers' appetite for video rental, even though it has been responsible for unprecedented sell-through growth, the panelists said. "We project that over the next five years, the rental business will ...

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