BELLEVUE, Wash. — Coinstar, which operates DVD rental and coin kiosks in supermarkets, drugstores and mass merchandising chains, announced it has completed the sale of its entertainment services business to National Entertainment Network, a company based in Louisville, Colo., that was formed last month in anticipation of the sale. NEN will operate coin operated gumball and toy machines, kiddie rides, skill cranes and video games in high retail traffic location such as supermarkets and mass ...

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