With video relatively stagnant and increasingly competitive, supermarkets are looking to other entertainment software to increase sales. Foremost among these alternative segments is music, which can generate tremendous foot traffic and revenue but is not without its pitfalls -- the high level of maintenance required, shrinkage and potentially offensive content among them. For retailers willing to invest the time, effort and expense in music, there is considerable profit potential per ...

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