The high-definition format of DVD faces challenges from old and new delivery methods: standard DVD and growing online offerings. If retailers don't support high-definition movies on disc, the industry stands the chance of allowing the consumers to gravitate away from packaged goods toward video-on-demand services, said Mark Fisher, vice president, membership and strategic initiatives, Entertainment Merchants Association, Encino, Calif. This trend has gained some momentum while the industry ...

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