PORTLAND, Ore. -- New release movies on DVD from Warner Home Video are now available on a revenue-sharing basis from Rentrak Corp., here, and two video distributors. The program began last month. Pay-per-transaction distributor Rentrak is making DVD and VHS movies from Warner, Burbank, Calif., available through an unusual alliance with conventional video distributors, Ingram Entertainment, La Vergne, Tenn., and Video Products Distributors, Folsom, Calif. Warner is the second major studio to ...

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