Video-on-demand may never have an effect on sell-through video. Most consumers buy videos to watch repeatedly and to collect, said retailers and other video industry executives polled by SN. An electronic, pay-per-showing system that involves no physical product will have little attraction for these consumers. "The consensus is that video-on-demand will have less of an impact on sell-through than it will on movie rental," said Dan Black, buyer at Raley's, Sacramento, Calif. "Kids watch ...
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