The earth has moved, but the show goes on. New technologies, heightened competition in rental and sell-through, and big shifts in the way videos are distributed have changed the face of the video industry in the past year. But despite the atmosphere of uncertainty, customers continue to rent and buy videos -- many of them in supermarkets. "There is still a lot of opportunity for supermarkets in both rental and sell-through," Brad Ufer, video merchandiser, Coborn's, St. Cloud, Minn. Some ...

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