DALLAS -- Supercomm is about to roll out CD-ROM products to supermarket retailers on a shared-revenue, pay-per-rental basis. Supercomm, which primarily targets supermarkets, is the first of the pay-per-rental companies to distribute compact disc-read only memory products. Five-inch compact disc-based technologies like CD-ROM are at the forefront of the move to interactive multimedia that combine text, music and video. Supercomm's arrangement is with Compton's NewMedia, Carlsbad, Calif., ...

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