Reality-based video titles pose tough merchandising choices for supermarket retailers. Undeniably popular but often slanted toward sensationalism, the category requires careful consideration in many markets, observers note. The genre itself is a relative newcomer. As distinguished from traditional documentaries, reality video has come to be associated with earthier pursuits like car crashes, chases, arrests, mishaps, women fighting and animal attacks. From the paranormal to the subnormal, ...

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