LAS VEGAS -- When it comes to selling music, price point is key and shrink is an issue, but the category still has a bright future in supermarkets. That was the consensus of manufacturers polled at the National Association of Recording Merchandisers show, held here earlier this year. While supermarkets are starting to make some inroads into the sale of top-line music hits on compact discs, the channel remains very price-sensitive. The magic price point for most music is under $10. However, ...

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