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Is Video Dead? Houston-Based Company Says “No”

It’s no secret that when it comes to watching movies, most of us use online streaming or stop by a DVD rental box. But there was a time when video stores were king. For many Houstonians, that place was Audio/Video Plus. Although the video retailer closed up shop in 2012, its inventory lives on in […]

It's no secret that when it comes to watching movies, most of us use online streaming or stop by a DVD rental box. But there was a time when video stores were king.

For many Houstonians, that place was Audio/Video Plus. Although the video retailer closed up shop in 2012, its inventory lives on in a resurgence of VHS collecting.

Houston Matters' Maggie Martin reports on why VHS was so revolutionary just a few decades ago, and why collectors still seek out video today.

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