NEW YORK -- DVD accounted for nearly three-quarters of all videos sold in supermarkets last year, according to exclusive statistics researched by SN with the assistance of Ingram Entertainment, La Vergne, Tenn. The industry estimates reveal a total sell-through business in supermarkets of $293.2 million, with $211.1 million, or 72%, coming from DVD sales. Feature sell-through -- the big, heavily promoted and discounted theatrical movies -- were 78% of the total, or $229.9 million, while ...
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