Many opportunities are ahead for supermarket video departments as consumer demand for entertainment and information products increases. Participants in SN's second annual video roundtable said products like compact-disc read-only memory, computer software, audio books and new generations of video games will enable retailers to broaden their offerings. "We will move in that direction as consumer demand grows," said Kirk Mueldener, video distribution manager at Hy-Vee Food Stores, Chariton, ...
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