Children's video titles represent a G-rated sales bonanza for supermarkets. While retailers may struggle with other aspects of the video business, product for children, whether theatrical, television or original programming, continues to see sales increases. All the major studios are capitalizing on it and savvy retailers are devoting prime in-store real estate to the display of high-profile hits and high-profit catalog aimed at the younger set. While adolescents get excited about Harry ...
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