The demand for floor space, exacerbated these days by the transition from the VHS to DVD formats, is making it difficult for supermarkets to carry non-hit video product, such as television programming, independent films and direct-to-video titles. TV product in particular is making waves in the sell-through business, with DVD box sets of series like "The Sopranos," "Sex in the City" and "The Osbournes" garnering lots of attention and are successful in other trade channels. But the high ...

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