Up front is the best place for video, whether rental or sell-through, said executives at SN's second-annual video roundtable. "I don't know of many stores that are successful long-term in video that hide it in the back corner. I've seen it, but I've seen them die," said David Ingram, vice president of major accounts/special markets at Ingram Entertainment, La Vergne, Tenn. All of the retailers at the roundtable put their departments in the front or near the front. But one said it doesn't ...
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