They were shortsighted in not setting up the DVD music rights at the beginning... So shame on the people who made that bad decision so long ago. Fryerider
If you look back, I addressed this point. Back in 2002/2003, when Cold Case was developed and premiered, TV shows on DVD was still in its infancy. NO ONE had any idea that there would be any interest in owning TV shows (beyond genre shows like Star Trek, X-Files and Buffy). So it didn't make sense from a business standpoint to pay higher licensing fees to extend the music rights for the home video market on a show that hadn't even premiered yet. Now in 2010, with the advantage of 20/20 hindsight, we know that people will own *anything* and the studios are scraping every last bit out of that well (Charles in Charge, Small Wonder).
Who knows? Maybe one day it'll happen. But I wouldn't hold my breath for it.