Keeping track of all trades

Verna, Paul
September 1994
Billboard;9/3/94, Vol. 106 Issue 36, p86
Trade Publication
Reports on the growth of the CD replication business in the United States. Transformation of the industry from a product-oriented business to a service-oriented one; Replication facilities' active participation in artwork, packaging and other aspects of the business; Impact of the growth of the CD-ROM technology on the business; Profile on several CD replication companies.


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