Television programming has arrived as a staple of many retailers' video offerings. While it takes a commitment to DVD sell-through to take full advantage of this trend, those that do can tap growing consumer demand with an increasing supply put out by the studios. "Television-themed DVDs are doing extremely well in those locations where we merchandise them prominently," said Chuck Porter, director, video and entertainment, Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh. While the overall DVD market is seeing ...

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