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Phone: 212-484-8000


s and independent producers and distributors in order to ensure continued access to such feature films. Home Entertainment and Content Licensing A variety of HBO’s original programming is sold on DVD and Blu-ray Discs and licensed to television networks in approximately 150 countries. In addition, Home Box Office content is distributed by means of EST in the U.S. and various international regions via a variety of digital storefronts. The Home Box Office-produced show Everybody Loves Raymond, which aired for nine seasons on broadcast television, is on basic cable and in syndication. International Services HBO- and Cinemax-branded premium pay and basic tier television services are distributed in approximately 60 countries in Latin America, Asia and Europe. An authenticated HBO GO streaming service is also available to international premium pay television subscribers of HBO in other countries. In June 2013, Home Box Office purchased its partner’s interests in HBO Nordic (which consists of a premium pay television service and a direct-to-consumer streaming service) and owns 100% of HBO Nordic. In September 2013, Home Box Office purchased its partner’s interests in HBO Asia and HBO South Asia (collectively, ‘HBO Asia’) and owns 100% of HBO Asia. Home Box Office also launched a premium pay television service in India. Warner Bros. segment This segment’s businesses produce and distribute feature films, television programming, videogames and other programming; distribute home video product; and license rights to the company’s feature films, television programming and characters. All of these businesses are principally conducted by various subsidiaries and affiliates of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company. In addition to the traditional 2D format, some of Warner Bros.’ theatrical releases are available in 3D and/or formatted for viewing on IMAX screens, tickets for which are generally sold at premium prices. The company also engages in home video distribution of its theatrical and television product on DVD, Blu-ray Discs and various digital formats (e.g., EST and VOD). In addition, the company is engaged in the development and distribution of videogames in traditional console and digital formats. It also generates license fees and royalties from the license to manufacturers, publishers, retailers, theme park operators and other licensees of the names, likenesses, images, logos and other representations of characters and copyrighted material from motion pictures and television series produced or distributed by Warner Bros. Feature Films The company produces feature films both wholly on its own and under co-financing arrangements with others and also distributes its own films and films produced by other companies. Its feature films are produced under the Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema banners. Warner Bros.’ feature film strategy focuses on offering a diverse slate of feature films with a mix of genres, talent and budgets that includes several ‘event’ films each year and building and leveraging franchises, such as Batman, The Hangover, Harry Potter, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and Superman. During 2013, the company released 18 original feature films for theatrical exhibition in the U.S., including The Conjuring, Gravity, The Great Gatsby, The Hangover Part III, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Man of Steel and We’re the Millers. Of the films released during 2013, six were released in 3D format, including Gravity, The Great Gatsby and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, and five of the films released during 2013 were formatted for viewing on IMAX screens, including Gravity and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. In addition, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug was released in high frame rate format for viewing on a limited number of screens. Warner Bros. also distributes feature films for theatrical exhibition in approximately 125 international territories. In 2013, Warner Bros. released internationally 19 English-language films and 28 local-language films that it either produced itself or acquired from other companies. After their theat


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