HOUSTON -- TNR Entertainment Corp., which owns and operates DVD rental kiosks in a number of supermarkets, said yesterday it will install 174 of the devices in Ralphs, Food 4 Less and Fry‘s stores in California, Nevada and Arizona. All three are banners of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, which has announced with TNR plans to put 1,300 automated DVD rental kiosks in stores this year. This marks the first presence of TNR machines -- also known as The New Release -- in the region, the company said. So ...
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