Maybe it's true: Video customers have seen them all. es has never been higher, and they're adjusting their buying and merchandising to respond to it. New releases -- as a percent of inventory -- ranged from 20% to 60% for the participants in this year's video roundtable. But the business of presenting new releases is not without controversy. Some take the lead of Blockbuster Video and Hollywood Video, leaving titles on the new release wall for as long as a year and a half. But others think ...

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