A prediction for the near future

Harding, Tony
July 1999
SHOOT;07/30/99, Vol. 40 Issue 30, p4
Trade Publication
Reflects on the past and future of the commercial production industry in the United States as of July 30, 1999. 1999 as a year of records for the industry; Impact of technology in the past; Demand of clients for faster and cheaper services.


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