New Line Home Entertainment (formerly New Line Home Video) was the Home Video distribution arm of New Line Cinema. Founded in 1991 it was the successor to Nelson Entertainment's home video arm and would later acquire the production arm in 1992 and licensed most of its releases to Columbia TriStar Home Video until 1994 when its parent company was acquired by Ted Turner. Turner Home Entertainment then began handling home media releases until 1996 when New Line Cinema and Castle Rock Entertainment became subsidiaries of WarnerMedia via its acquisition of Turner Entertainment. In 2008 Warner Bros. Home Entertainment announced it would phase out the New Line name from home media releases making it an in-name only unit, and later in 2010 it was merged into their home entertainment arm.
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