LOS ANGELES -- There will be fewer big hit movies released direct to sell-through in the fourth quarter this year. But that doesn't necessarily mean supermarket video sales programs will suffer, according to retailers, distributors and studios polled during National Video Week here earlier this month. With less of a glut of hit products, retailers will be able to focus more on the ones that do come out and also take advantage of more catalog programs that offer higher margins, the ...

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