ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- Ingles Markets here is using a shared-revenue program to boost its presence in the video game rental business. "It's had a big impact on the copy depth," said Harold Grogan, Ingles' video director, of the program from Rentrak Corp., Portland, Ore. Ingles began using the program earlier this year and increased its copy depth from one or two copies of a major game title to eight, depending on store size, Grogan said. The move to eight games came about three months ago, he ...

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