It's time for supermarkets to start looking for ways to hook their video fortunes to the rising star of interactive children's products. Although it will take some time before interactive multimedia products become a mass market staple, strong growth is starting to happen. Retailers need to start building consumer awareness that their video departments are a destination to rent and buy these products, said suppliers polled by SN. Video distributors are now offering compact disc-based ...

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