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home video

(1) Recording movies of the family with a video camera (see camcorder).

(2) Watching movies from all sources at home.

(3) An umbrella term for rentals and purchases of movies on DVD and Blu-ray discs. The term used to refer to prerecorded Betamax and VHS tapes, which had their heyday in the 1980s and 1990s. See home theater.
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Home videos are among the most profitable parts of the movie business.
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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.
I think the DVD growth has surpassed even the most aggressive prognosticators,'' said Bob Chapek, president of Disney's Buena Vista Home Video.
A favorite of the gay filmfest circuit, this acclaimed film by Susan Seidelman (Desperately Seeking Susan) finally makes it to home video.
Featured are exhibits by every major and independent motion picture studio and video distributor, as well as hundreds of other suppliers to the home video entertainment industry.
With the tremendous success of MMA releases, we're thrilled to bring this team oriented league to home video for the first time ever.
The home video of ``Wedding'' is timed to take advantage of gift-giving on Valentine's Day and to give the movie yet more time to finally wrap up its remarkable theatrical run.