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Variable Coupon Renewable Note

A debt security that matures every week with the principal automatically reinvested at a new interest rate. This process continues until the holder of the note asks the principal not to be reinvested. The interest rate is generally linked to the rate on a Treasury bill. It is also called a VCR note.

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That introduction will eventually impact not only the blank videocassette business, but ultimately even the CD-R business as DVD audio products enter the market.
4 million videocassettes of its 1977 animated film ``The Rescuers'' after two frames depicting a woman's nude torso were inserted into the master copy.
Technicolor's Canadian operation will have the capacity to produce more than 45 million videocassette units a year.
4%) Market Dollar sales Leading brands ** Manufacturer share (000) Sony V videocassette Sony 8.
The digital videocassette (DVC), which is smaller than a pack of cigarettes, was introduced about two years ago and is gradually gaining acceptance as a compact format that reportedly renders a picture quality unequaled by any other consumer video format.
For now, DVD offers movie fans a chance to bring into their living rooms sound and video quality far above what has been available from conventional television and videocassette recorders - all on a jazzy machine costing as little as $500, thanks to using essentially the same technology found in compact discs.
PATRICAN: "The household penetration of videocassette recorders stands at 83% but growth in full-size videocassettes has come from families buying their second or third unit.
That could spur a boom in sales as consumers trade aging videocassette players for the new devices, which can play back a full-length movie on a disk the size of a music CD.
It will take the DVD years to replace the videocassette, if it ever does.