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Warner is a town in Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,833 at the 2010 census. The town is home to The College of Saint Mary Magdalen, Rollins State Park and Mount Kearsarge State Forest.
The town’s central settlement, where 444 people resided at the 2010 census, is defined as the Warner census-designated place (CDP), and is located along New Hampshire Route 103 and the Warner River. The town also includes the villages of Davisville and Waterloo.<...

UltraViolet Expands Service to UK

UltraViolet Expands Service to UK

UltraViolet is now rapidly picking up steam. Nearly every time a movie hits disc, it's in a triple pack with DVD, Blu-Ray and UV digital version. Now, it's ready to invade the shores of the UK and start offering our friends on the island nation …

You’ll Be Able To Get Disney Movies On YouTube, Just Not For 99 Cents

Youll Be Able To Get Disney Movies On YouTube, Just Not For 99 Cents

About a week ago we talked about how Disney movies were going to be available for rent on YouTube, and everyone rejoiced at the affordable ease-of-access of Disney's library that the deal would bring.  But, it won't be as low as a 99-cent rental, because …

October 2011 Sets Video Viewing Record With 21.1 Hours Per Viewer

October 2011 Sets Video Viewing Record With 21.1 Hours Per Viewer

I pulled out the video advertising and put it into its own article but I still wanted to talk about the rest of the stats that came out of comScore for last month. Like the 21.1 hours per viewer and the 42.6 billion videos both …

Warner Bros Signs Deal With LOVEFiLM For International Streaming

Warner Bros Signs Deal With LOVEFiLM For International Streaming

Warner Bros is continuing its big online video moves with a new partnership with LOVEFiLM, a leading European film subscription service, combining the benefits of DVD rental by post and, more recently, watching movies online via the LOVEFiLM Player. Something like the European Netflix.

Aim High Web Series Excels In Its First Two Episodes

Aim High Web Series Excels In Its First Two Episodes

Aim High, the high school undercover spy comedy starring Twilight's Jackson Rathbone, premiered its first two episodes this Tuesday on Cambio.  You have the choice to watch the episodes with "personalized settings," where your Facebook profile will add your music and pictures to the show, …

Ultraviolet & Cinema Now Fulfill Promise Of Full 1080p HD Hollywood Streaming

Ultraviolet & Cinema Now Fulfill Promise Of Full 1080p HD Hollywood Streaming

When Mark and I were at CES we got the inside scoop on Intel Insider, the new hardware DRM solution. They say it's not DRM, but really, there's no other way to describe it and they haven't really offered one up. Basically, if you have …

Wide Range of New Original AOL Web Series Coming Soon

Wide Range of New Original AOL Web Series Coming Soon

Wow, remember when AOL Video was just a tiny little project that had almost no content, no real driving force apparently and not all that many viewers? Well, maybe they had some viewers, but I wouldn't have considered them the place to go online to …

Web Series Success Leads To New Mortal Kombat Movie

Web Series Success Leads To New Mortal Kombat Movie

It was only a matter of time.  It all began when TV director Kevin Tancharoen made a short Mortal Kombat film for YouTube called Rebirth, which led to the successful web series Mortal Kombat: Legacy.  Several million views and a DVD release later (set for …

New Facebook Web Series to Make Your Profiles A Part of the Show

New Facebook Web Series to Make Your Profiles A Part of the Show

Do you want to feel closer to Jasper Hale from Twilight?  Well, Warner Bros. is attempting to make their new web series a "social series" by including the music, pictures, and other stuff on viewers' Facebook pages into the show.  So while you're watching, a …

Amazon Prime Adds FOX To Premium Streaming Online Video Service

Amazon Prime Adds FOX To Premium Streaming Online Video Service

A lot of moves have been made suddenly in regards to online video streaming for TV and film. Netflix signed a deal hoping to quell the subscriber rebellion they're experiencing and Amazon just got FOX. I wonder if they will then be some sort of …

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