It has been a strange summer for the entertainment industry in the US. Baseball games have played to half-empty stadiums. Rock concerts have attracted about 12 per cent fewer fans than last year. And the number of people visiting theme parks is down. Entertainment promoters have blamed this on everything from the high price of petrol to the bad weather. But experts believe the real reason lies in changing consumer patterns: broadband connections, DVDs, video games, and more than 400 cable television channels have made home entertainment better...
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