PHOENIX -- Fry's Food Stores of Arizona has begun testing CD-ROM rental products as part of a move toward a broader offering of home entertainment products in its video departments. The compact disc-read only memory interactive multimedia products will be tested in a new live inventory video department that also includes audio books for rent, computer software for sale and new video games for sale. The CD-ROM program, from Supercomm, Dallas, is Fry's first experience with a pay-per-rental, ...

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