Retail Summit Eyes Used DVD, Shelf Clutter

Wolf, Jessica
July 2004
Video Store Magazine;7/19/2004 Special Edition, Vol. 26 Issue 30, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the issues in the U.S. DVD market that were discussed during the second annual DVD Retail Summit in 2004. Reliance on used-video sales account to compensate for the decline in transactional rental revenue; Competitiveness of the fourth-quarter market for DVD sales; Floor space pressure of video sections at retail; Decline in the rental market due to grocery checkout lines.


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