LOS ANGELES -- Supermarkets could be a dominant player in the $18 billion video business and are feared for this potential by other classes of trade, said Mike Saksa, vice president of marketing at Warner Home Video, Burbank, Calif. Saksa and two other Warner executives, Trevor Drinkwater, vice president for rental product sales, and Dan Miron, vice president for sell-through product sales, spoke during the fourth annual supermarket breakfast at the convention of the Video Software Dealers ...

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