Retailers are looking forward to a sizzling summer for video rentals. Led by major national promotions involving three dominant studios and many top titles, chains expect to have brisk sales through August. They plan to bring in extra copies of these titles to meet demand, particularly the ones offered through shared transaction fee distributor Supercomm, Dallas. "I'm expecting the best summer in the last couple of years," said a video executive with a southwestern chain who asked not to be ...
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