Supermarkets are getting more flexible in their magazine placement as wholesalers and distributors offer more opportunities to expand retail programs, industry sources told SN. Store promotions, cross-merchandising and specialized reading centers are gaining clout while publishers look to retailers as a way to boost sales. Meanwhile, celebrity magazines are building interest in the overall category. "If you take magazines out of their normal spot and put up a special display somewhere else ...

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