The Year In Video 2001

Olson, Catherine Applefeld
January 2002
Billboard;1/12/2002, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p67
Trade Publication
Presents an overview of trends and events related to the video recordings industry in 2001. Popularity of DVDs and DVD players; Details of sales of such DVDs as 'Shrek' and 'Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas'; Impact of the launch of high-profile video game equipment such as the Microsoft Xbox on sales of DVDs; Forecast for the viability of the VHS video tape format.


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