DVD will emerge as a mainstream entertainment format this fourth quarter and supermarkets need to be ready for it. That was the unanimous consensus of suppliers polled during the recent National Video Week in Los Angeles, which included the convention of the Video Software Dealers Association, Encino, Calif. At the show, the DVD Video Group, Los Angeles, projected that the installed base of DVD hardware will grow to 3.5 million to 4 million by the end of the year. More than 200 new software ...

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