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  1. Hi-Def Rivals In CES War Of Words

    January 09, 2007 12:00 AM EST Supporters of the two rival next-generation disc formats are slugging it out this week at the Consumer Electronics Show, with HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc predicting victory in the quest for a unified high-definition standard. HD DVD is banking its pre ...

  2. Warner To Release 200 Catalog Titles This Year

    January 31, 2006 12:00 AM EST Warner Home Video yesterday (Jan. 30) unveiled a huge theatrical catalog release slate for the year, which will include more than 200 separate titles. Warner Home Video yesterday (Jan. 30) unveiled a huge theatrical catalog release slate for the y ...

  3. Warner Home Video Embraces Blu-ray

    October 25, 2005 12:00 AM EDT As expected, Warner Home Video announced Oct. 20 that it will be releasing films on the high-definition format Blu-ray. LOS ANGELES -- As expected, Warner Home Video announced Oct. 20 that it will be releasing films on the high-definition format B ...

  4. Warner Home Video Embraces Blu-ray

    October 20, 2005 12:00 AM EDT Uni now the only studio to solely support HD DVD. As expected, Warner Home Video announced today (Oct. 20) that it will be releasing films on the high-definition format Blu-ray. Previously, WHV, which also includes sister companies New Line Home E ...

  5. Warner Home Video Ups Cardon

    November 02, 2004 12:00 AM EST Warner Home Video (WHV) has upped Philippe Cardon to executive VP and GM for Europe, Middle East and Africa, effective immediately. Warner Home Video (WHV) has upped Philippe Cardon to executive VP and GM for Europe, Middle East and Africa, effect ...

  6. Warner Home Video Ups Cardon

    November 02, 2004 12:00 AM EST Warner Home Video (WHV) has upped Philippe Cardon to executive VP and GM for Europe, Middle East and Africa, effective immediately. Warner Home Video (WHV) has upped Philippe Cardon to executive VP and GM for Europe, Middle East and Africa, effect ...

  7. Warner Home Video Nixes DVD Screeners

    June 23, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Warner Home Video (WHV) says it will no longer distribute DVD screeners to retailers, in a move meant to combat movie piracy. Warner Home Video (WHV) says it will no longer distribute DVD screeners to retailers, in a move meant to combat movie pir ...