There's a ton of nontheatrical children's video product on the market, but less of it is making it to retail shelves because so many hit movies are going direct to the sell-through market. "The upcoming releases of so many titles will make our sections very tight," said Bob Gettner, video buyer and coordinator, B&R Stores, Lincoln, Neb. "Whatever is newest will get prime space and secondary titles will get bumped to an endcap just to make space." "For rental, we have to go through our ...

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