LAS VEGAS — There were signs of a compromise in the hard-fought high-definition DVD format war during the Consumer Electronics Show here last week. Warner Home Video, Burbank, Calif., was expected to announce the Total HD disc, which would work in either Blu-ray Disc or HD DVD players, according to media reports. Warner was a leading proponent of DVD when it was first introduced. Also at the show, LG Electronics USA, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., introduced the Super Multi Blue Player that would ...

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