Retailers are starting to bring in more video inventory to meet the needs of Spanish-speaking customers. Interest in movies made in countries like Mexico and Spain, and in subtitled and dubbed versions of Hollywood hits, is now mostly regional, concentrated in Florida, California, Texas and the Southwest. But it is expected to increase as the Hispanic population grows and spreads to other parts of the country. "That is going to be a coming market," said Randy Weddington, video specialist at ...
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