With the success of sell-through video under their belts, supermarket chains are now looking at adding programs offering the latest music recordings. Some retailers tried selling music in the past, with mostly negative results, although many continue to offer seasonal products and in-and-out promotional programs. But renewed interest in selling top-line products has been sparked by a technologically driven rack-jobbing program developed by the same executives who put music in the Circuit ...
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