Sunday, June 26, 2005

A Blurry Vision for


A Blurry Vision for DVD's Future
Los Angeles Times, CA - 11 hours ago year. One, called HD DVD, is the official choice of the group that backs conventional DVDs. sound. Both types also will play current DVDs.

Pick a flick with a click
Arizona Republic, AZ - Jun 24, 2005 More people are renting DVDs by mail, through online sites that for a monthly fee send out movies two, three or more times a week, depending on how fast

Internet retail sales reached $87.5 bln in 2004, 25% growth
IT Facts - 2 hours ago Other Web retailing categories demonstrating solid sales growth are books, CDs, DVDs, and music, which increased sales 70% from $999 mln in 2003 to $1.7 bln in

Library will crack down on late fees
Port Huron Times Herald, MI - 5 hours ago 3. Fines for all materials except videos and DVDs are 10 cents a day for adult materials and 5 cents for children's items. Late

Spanish newspaper ignites a furor
Denver Post, CO - 4 hours ago wrote about on his blog: "A newspaper threatens some Anglos in ways that Spanish DVDs at Blockbuster do not. This feeling led a

TV DVDs pace homevid biz
Variety (subscription) - Jun 23, 2005 Research and Screen Digest. Growth in Western Europe is just as robust, with spending on TV DVDs up to $2.1 billion in 2004. In the UK

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