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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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They believe that as channels of communication home videos project African cultures to the rest of the world.
Accordingly, the opening contributions to this issue take a quite direct approach to considering how home video impacted the content and style of certain audiovisual cultural products.
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Sweta Agnihotri, COO, Reliance Home Video and Games says, "We are delighted with this prestigious alliance.
home video industry, through such measures as shared deliveries, a reduction in packaging and recycling of packaging.
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The pan-Nordic film distributor Sandrew Metronome Group and Warner Home Video have agreed to change their cooperation beginning 1 June 2005.
Paramount Home Video is releasing "School of Rock," starring Jack Black, to DVD ($19.95 minimum advertised price) and VHS (rental) on March 2.
The agreement ensures these businesses and their employees a great home while continuing to provide Warner Music Group, Warner Home Video and New Line Cinema with the highest quality manufacturing and distribution services in the industry.
Now police have issued these images from a recent home video in the hope they will help catch her killer.
Fun-loving party girl (Cameron Diaz) finds her Mr Right (Thomas Jane) then loses him through her fear of commitment in the romantic comedy THE SWEETEST THING (Columbia Tristar Home Video, pounds 10.99).
The home video industry had its best year ever in 2001, according to the Video Software Dealers Association (VSDA).