CULVER CITY, Calif. -- The sell-through landscape has never looked better for supermarkets. There is an abundance of family and children's products coming from the studios, but the opportunities are also growing for supermarkets to merchandise a wider variety of other video titles, said Paul Culberg, executive vice president of Columbia TriStar Home Video here. "We believe there is enormous potential for video products in supermarkets, and that it goes well beyond the accepted perception ...
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