Blu-ray Disc has emerged as the winner in the long struggle to succeed the standard DVD format and, as a result, the coming fourth quarter presents new sales opportunities for supermarkets. Retailers might be able to end the year on a promising note by satisfying the desires of those consumers eager to enjoy the latest and most sophisticated presentation of movies, SN found in interviews with supermarket executives, video analysts and suppliers. At the same time, it's a chance to test and ...

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