DVD dawns, but CD replication profits press on

Block, Debbie Galante
June 1998
EMedia Professional;Jun98, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p34
Academic Journal
Focuses on the increase demand for digital videodiscs (DVD) and compact discs. Profits from CDs and DVDs; Reasons why DVD has not eroded CD demand; Replicators preparations for the DVD; Major benefits of CD-ROM.


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