WOODLAND, Calif. -- Supermarket and drug store chains have turned to other sources for their video products after entertainment distributor Valley Media here last month scaled back its operations. Pathmark, Rite Aid and CVS are among the retailers that have transferred their video, DVD and audio business from Valley to other distributors, according to sources in the industry. Other retailers served by Valley also are exploring the use of alternative distributors, according to some reports. ...

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