Warner Bros hints at releasing movies into home before DVD

In an otherwise predictable presentation supporting the federal government's plan to combat piracy, Warner Bros. Entertainment Chief Executive Barry Meyer let slip remarks that are likely to further inflame major theater circuits.

Meyer, who was speaking at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in Washington on Wednesday, said Warner Bros. is at the "forefront of modifying the traditional distribution windows."

Translating the corporate-speak into plain English, that means viewers will get a chance to watch movies in their home before they are available through Netflix or Blockbuster.


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