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Topic - Warner Home Video
Warner Home Video is the home video unit of Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc., itself part of Time Warner. It was founded in 1978 as WCI Home Video (for Warner Communications, Inc.). The company launched in the United States with twenty films on VHS and Betamax videocassettes in late 1979. The company later expanded its line to include additional titles throughout 1979 and 1980. - Source: Wikipedia
Wal-Mart pledged to help introduce Hollywood's emerging online movie locker system to its customers, many of whom have never owned anything digital in their lives.
Christopher Nolan and Jon Favreau are among the latest posse of directors opposing a new premium video-on-demand (VOD) service backed by Warner Bros., Universal, 20th Century Fox and Sony, according to the Hollywood Reporter.