Warner Bros. opens library for HD VOD

Warner Bros. Digital Distribution is celebrating Warner Bros. Entertainment’s 85th anniversary by releasing 85 of its classic films in HD VOD (High-Definition Video-On-Demand). Movies from the library already available on-demand include “Superman: The Movie,” “Casablanca” and “Full Metal Jacket”. Some of the titles are being offered for the first time in high-definition.

The Warner Bros. movies are available from cable television providers Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Cox Cable, Charter Communications and Rogers Cable (Canada), as well as from satellite television providers DirecTV and DISH Network.

You may not find all these titles available though, as the list may vary from provider to provider. There was no mention of fiber-optic providers Verizon or AT&T in the announcement from Warner. Below is the list of released titles:

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One Reply to “Warner Bros. opens library for HD VOD”

  1. Meri says:

    Does anyone know if Verizon will be playing these movies? I noticed Beyond Thunderdome was on HDNet the other night but was that part of the MGM deal?

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