November 2004
Video Store Magazine;11/7/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p8
Trade Publication
Recounts reports on the video recordings industry in the U.S. published in "Video Store Magazine" from November 1979 to November 2001. Films offered by Columbia Pictures Home Entertainment for the home video market; Sales of videos of the film "Alien"; Ouster of Magnetic Video Corp. president Andre A. Blay from the company; Key reason for the discontinuation of Blockbuster's online retail reservation initiative.


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