PORTLAND, Ore. -- Supermarkets represented nearly 25% of the 1,916 new accounts signed by Rentrak Corp. during its fiscal year 2,000, ended March 31, it was announced here last week. In fact, this past year has been the shared-transaction distributor's best year ever and Rentrak's biggest in grocery, according to Chris Roberts, vice president of sales. He credited the increase in account activity to favorable splits. While two major wholesalers -- MS Distributing and Sight & Sound -- ...
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