ATLANTA -- Supermarkets can take advantage of the growing abundance of children's video titles by dedicating permanent space to it, said Stuart Snyder, senior vice president and general manager of domestic home video at Turner Home Entertainment here. "Because they have the traffic of parents and kids in their stores on a regular basis, supermarkets have a real opportunity in children's video beyond in-and-out promotions," Snyder told SN. "Supermarkets should feel very secure that this ...

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