One of the hottest sub-segments of children's video is titles for infants and toddlers, notably those aimed at enhancing the development of babies. The market for these videos has increased 875% in the past four years, according to Dennis Fedoruk, president and chief executive officer, Brainy Baby, Alpharetta, Ga. Parents are buying these titles to help give their infants an early start in the educational process, he said, citing the example of customers who say their 16-month-olds know the ...
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