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home video

n.
1. An amateur video made in the home or documenting a family event.
2. The medium in which movies are recorded and distributed for viewing in the home: a movie released on home video.

home′ vid′eo


n.
1. a videotape recorded by camcorder generally for noncommercial use, esp. for viewing at home.
2. the business of renting or selling prerecorded videocassettes for viewing esp. at home.
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The libraries really are an untapped market for home video,'' said David Joyce, media analyst for Miami-based Guzman & Co.
Employing strategic tactics in negotiation and finance, this visionary has the unenviable task of doubling HBO Home Video sales in the fast-growing "sell-thru" or consumer market.
Warner Home Video HD DVDs and Blu-ray Discs offer resolution six times higher than standard definition DVDs, as well as extraordinarily vibrant contrast and color and beautifully crisp sound.
Mark's experience here at Warner Home Video and the extremely varied responsibilities that he has managed both domestically and internationally make him the perfect choice for the job," said Sanders.
As Warner Home Video begins a new era, having Jim at the helm ensures the division will continue its place as the global leader in home entertainment,'' Warner Bros.
A favorite of the gay filmfest circuit, this acclaimed film by Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan) finally makes it to home video.
With the tremendous success of MMA releases, we're thrilled to bring this team oriented league to home video for the first time ever.
I think the DVD growth has surpassed even the most aggressive prognosticators,'' said Bob Chapek, president of Disney's Buena Vista Home Video.
We think this will truly be the gift that will keep on giving and will go down in video history as well,'' said Henry McGee, president of HBO Home Video.
Warner Home Video (WHV), distributor of the largest film library of any studio, today unveiled its groundbreaking "Total Hi Def" disc, which plays the HD DVD format on one side and the Blu-ray Disc format on the other, at a presentation hosted by Warner Bros.
The Ladies Man,'' a film based on a ``Saturday Night Live'' character portrayed by Tim Meadows, was a hit with the living-room set grossing $29 million in home video after a dismal gross of $13.