PORTLAND, Ore. -- Rentrak Corp. and Hollywood Entertainment Corp., both located here, have settled a lawsuit concerning revenues from videos provided to Hollywood by Rentrak, a shared-transaction fee distributor. wood will issue 200,000 shares of its common stock to Rentrak. While Hollywood will continue to share revenues with the studios on a direct basis, Hollywood will support Rentrak's business efforts to provide data-processing services to studios if requested, and will continue to ...

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