NEW YORK -- Supermarkets plan on jumping on the DVD bandwagon wholeheartedly in the next year, according to a recent survey commissioned by GoodTimes Entertainment here. Eighty-five percent of the supermarket video buyers who responded to the August survey said they planned to increase the amount of DVD they offer for sell-through in the next 12 months, and 82% said they plan to increase their DVD purchases for rental. The large increase in DVD inventory on supermarket shelves is being ...

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