ATLANTIC CITY -- Retailers are grappling with a mature video industry that is subjected to pressures from competing delivery formats. In a freewheeling discussion on the state of the home video industry during the East Coast Video Show here, retailers vented their frustrations over studio policies on pay-per-view windows, emerging delivery systems and technologies that threaten to further erode their shrinking revenues. Discussion quickly centered on the need for longer PPV windows. Long a ...
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