UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. -- Video suppliers must do a better job of designing sell-through programs for supermarkets, particularly for special interest products, said George Port, president of Video Treasures, Troy, Mich. "We think probably the most under-merchandised area in the market right now is supermarkets," Port told SN during the fifth annual convention of the Special Interest Video Association, held here Nov. 9 to 11. Video Treasures is a division of the Handleman Co. "There's life ...

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