While HBO is reportedly not supplying DVDs instantly to its rival Netflix, Warner Bros. is obviously flexing its muscle by working out agreements that demise keep new release movies away from Blockbuster, Netflix and Redbox renters. This news comes from anonymous sources dropping a ten cents in the ear of AllThingsD’s Peter Kafka, who reports the arrangements volition be announced at CES, not slow after Warner extended the window on the side of Blockbuster to match the other two. This advice comes at the same time Time Warner’s CFO John Martin remarked immediately after “alternate” distribution channels as a distance for it to move through a further challenging home video market. That way the company is focusing on things like age-and-date VOD releases with disc which it’s seeking to protect from emulation by cut-rate rental services like these three, to be expected by leveraging their desire for satisfaction to feed streaming movie offerings. According to Home Media Magazine, he believes the results has “got to embrace these higher skirt opportunities” — which is probably going to license just the older flicks in its 7,000 movie abyss of waters library for the rest of us difficult to watch via subscription or $1~ rentals.