DVD allows for extra viewing

Netherby, Jennifer
February 2005
Variety;2/14/2005 Eye on the Oscars, Vol. 397, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on the DVD-released campaign of Oscar-nominated motion pictures and the renewal of the contract of ABC to broadcast the Academy Awards in the U.S. for several years through 2014. Release of the film "Ray" in DVD format; Remarks from Frank Pierson, president of the Academy, on the agreement. INSET: Renewal.


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