WHV, Blockbuster U.K. End Feud

Andrews, Sam
March 2003
Billboard;3/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 12, p69
Trade Publication
Reports that Blockbuster U.K's boycott of Warner Home Video (WHV) ended in early 2003. Agreement reached between the two companies; Reasons for the boycott; How WHV implemented a two-tier pricing strategy.


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