HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — DVDs are still the most popular format when it comes to how U.S. consumers choose to purchase movies and other video content. On average, U.S. consumers spend $8 out of every $10 of their movie budgets buying or renting DVDs, according to information presented yesterday by Russ Crupnick, senior industry analyst for entertainment, the NPD Group, Port Washington, N.Y., at the DisplaySearch HDTV 2008 Conference here. DisplaySearch is a NPD company. Less than 1% of Americans' ...
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