LA VERGNE, Tenn. -- In a deal that is likely to extend studio and retailer participation in revenue sharing for rental- priced movies, Ingram Entertainment has signed an agreement to license software from SuperComm, Dallas. The deal is significant because Ingram has long been critical of the shared transaction-fee method of video distribution. It follows news that Blockbuster Entertainment Group, Dallas, has signed with shared-revenue distributor Rentrak Corp., Portland, Ore., which also ...

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