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Report: Set-top boxes will catch on

A new study from Multimedia Research Group suggests that the set-top box market will be a prime-time hit by 2004. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based research company projects that worldwide sales of set-top boxes and related services will exceed $54 billion annually by 2004. Related services include electronic program guides, video-on-demand and interactive television.

A new study from Multimedia Research Group suggests that the set-top box market will be a prime-time hit by 2004. The Sunnyvale, Calif.-based research company projects that worldwide sales of set-top boxes and related services will exceed $54 billion annually by 2004. Related services include electronic program guides, video-on-demand and interactive television.