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April 1, 2009 7:14 PM

DVD sales losses feared in growth of movie kiosks

The hottest thing in movie rentals is as old as the Coke machine — and just as red. Redbox movie kiosks, which stock DVDS that rent for $1 a day, are popping up by the thousands in supermarkets, drugstores, restaurants and convenience stores.

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