SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Bel Air Markets here began testing permanent sell-through sections for children's videos in two stores last month. The company also launched a three-store test of budget-priced computer software in late March, said Rick Ang, director of video operations. The retailer hopes to roll out the children's sections to the rest of its 17 stores before the summer, he said. The test sections occupy 4 feet of linear space and hold 250 tapes of about 35 different titles, he said. ...

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