BURBANK, Calif. -- An eagerly anticipated truce in the high-definition DVD format war may soon be declared, according to news reports yesterday. Warner Home Video here reportedly will introduce the Total HD disc, which will work in either Blu-ray Disc or HD DVD players, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week. In a New York Times story, Barry Meyer, chairman and chief executive officer of Warner Brothers, said the company concluded that neither HD DVD nor Blu-ray were going ...

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