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Video stores are back from the dead

by Kai Ryssdal Dec 7, 2016
In a world of streaming, video stores preserve films that will likely never make it online
A UPS driver makes a delivery at Blockbuster store on September 23, 2010 in Glendale, California. That year, the video-rental business filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, facing rigorous competition and reportedly more than $1 billion in debt. But in a thriving nostalgia market, many stores like Blockbuster may see an unexpected resurgence.
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