ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- Consumer spending is up for special-interest video, and its growth is reflected in the number of franchised "how-to" video stores opening in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. "This will spread across the country and into special 'how-to' video sections within video retailers' stores and departments," said Paul J. Caravatt, Jr. president of the Special Interest Video Association, Norwalk, Conn. He predicted these sections could be leased out and run by companies doing ...
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