Facts, Figures, & Findings

November 1998
EMedia Professional;Nov98, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p11
Academic Journal
Reports on developments concerning the multimedia systems industry in the United States as of November 1998. Consumer confusion over the difference between digital video (DVD) and Divx; Responses generated by the new products such as DVD-Video players, NetTVs and HDTVs based on a survey conducted by International Data Corp; Market forecasts from the International Recording Media Association.


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