TV shows on DVD generated more than $1.5 bln in 2003

The market for television shows on DVD has been growing rapidly. In 2003, it was worth more than $1.

The market for television shows on DVD has been growing rapidly. In 2003, it was worth more than $1.5 bln, according to Adams Media Research. That was up from just $130 mln in 2000. Time Warner said that revenue from DVD sales of Warner Bros shows alone should top $1 bln in 2005, including sales of Seinfeld.

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