Children's video on DVD is poised for a growth spurt. While supermarket sales of mainstream hits and catalog titles have led the crossover to DVD, retailers said "kidvid" is catching up and is ready to take more business away from VHS as the all-important holiday selling season approaches. Better-priced hardware and product availability are adding up to more video sales and rentals for family-oriented titles. "Children's DVD is increasing, but not by the leaps and bounds that other ...
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