NEW DIGITAL FORMATS TO FUEL GROWTH

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- New formats for delivering digital content will fuel more DVD growth and not cannibalize existing DVD sales, according to a study released by the research company In-Stat here.Worldwide, the value of all published DVD products is expected to grow from $33 billion during 2004 to as much as $76.5 billion by 2009, according to the research firm. The expected compound annual growth

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- New formats for delivering digital content will fuel more DVD growth and not cannibalize existing DVD sales, according to a study released by the research company In-Stat here.

Worldwide, the value of all published DVD products is expected to grow from $33 billion during 2004 to as much as $76.5 billion by 2009, according to the research firm. The expected compound annual growth rate for the industry during that period is 18.2%.

Formats like HD DVD and Blu

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