DVD Service Rivalry Heats Up Rivals Blockbuster and Movie Gallery are both hoping to buy the country's second-largest video chain, Hollywood Video, in an attempt to keep up with the changing rental market. Customer habits are shifting. Many are now using mail-service rentals like Netflix, and others are buying low-cost DVDs instead of renting.
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DVD Service Rivalry Heats Up

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DVD Service Rivalry Heats Up

DVD Service Rivalry Heats Up

DVD Service Rivalry Heats Up

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Rivals Blockbuster and Movie Gallery are both hoping to buy the country's second-largest video chain, Hollywood Video, in an attempt to keep up with the changing rental market. Customer habits are shifting. Many are now using mail-service rentals like Netflix, and others are buying low-cost DVDs instead of renting.