VSDA WANTS LONGER PAY-PER-VIEW WINDOWS

LAS VEGAS -- Underscoring a theme running through the Video Software Dealers Association, the group's president, Jeffrey Eves, called for a minimum 60-day pay-per-view window on top titles."No single issue is of greater importance to our membership today" than PPV windows, said Eves during his state-of-the-industry speech at the VSDA annual convention held here last month. He also said some movies

LAS VEGAS -- Underscoring a theme running through the Video Software Dealers Association, the group's president, Jeffrey Eves, called for a minimum 60-day pay-per-view window on top titles.

"No single issue is of greater importance to our membership today" than PPV windows, said Eves during his state-of-the-industry speech at the VSDA annual convention held here last month. He also said some movies are pushed to the PPV market in a shorter time than is advertised to retailers.

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