'Real Estate War' Leads to Rebirth of Sharing

Arnold, Thomas K.; Indvik, Kurt; Prange, Stephanie
August 2003
Video Store Magazine;8/3/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 32, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the emergence of revenue-sharing plans in the video recordings industry due to competition among retailers. Terms under Warner Home Video's revenue-sharing program; Comment from Warner Home Video president Jim Cardwell; Sales coming from DVD.


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