PORTLAND, Ore. -- Supermarket retailers signed with Rentrak in revenue-share contracts can only wait and see the outcome of the distributor's future course in the wake of the company's recent management shakeup. Rentrak Corp., based here, the pioneering proponent of revenue sharing in the home video market, underwent a directorship change at its Annual Shareowners Meeting on September 19. On that date stockholders elected to the board five new members. All were nominees of the Committee ...
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