Want another way to contact Warner Brothers? Now with the fax campaign, you will be able to send faxes to the Home Video Department. You may send your fax regarding WLiiA on DVD to this number:

Fax:  (818)-954-6480
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With the latest craze of TV shows being released on home video in the form of DVD, fans of "Whose Line is it Anyway?" have yet to see all 200+ episodes of their favorite show released to the public. It is a booming business that many production companies find profitable with almost any show and it is even responsible for bringing one well-known TV show back to life with new episodes. While that is not necessarily our goal here, WLiiA & its loyal fans still deserve the entire series on disc. While some may say that the first season is already out and there's nothing left to do, this is simply incorrect. In order for additional DVD releases to come, Warner Brothers (the show's production company and distributor) must see good sales of the
To show the fans' support for "Whose Line is it Anyway?", we have created the following campaigns that will hopefully help Warner Brothers make the decision to finally put all 200+ episodes of this one-of-a-kind series on DVD!
existing collections and continued fan support. Fans of "Whose Line is it Anyway?" have been taking matters into their own hands with these campaigns to urge Warner Brothers to release season sets of the complete series.

Don't think that fan campaigns to get TV shows on DVD don't have any effect on a major company's decision to release a show or keep it locked in the vaults forever. Only the fans have the power to show Warner Brothers how much we want WLiiA on DVD, and if enough people participate, they'll have no choice but to give in to popular demand! This has already been proven true by release of season one, with the studio citing websites such as this and as their main reasons for the DVDs thusfar.

If you do participate in any (or all) of our campaigns, please visit the forum and leave a quick note! You don't have to, but we would like to have an idea of how many fans are helping get WLiiA on DVD.
This is the most convenient and easy-to-use campaign we offer at WLiiA on DVD Campaign Central. To participate, all you have to do is visit Warner Brothers Online's customer service page and fill out the form to send to them. In the "This is regarding" drop-down menu, chose "Home Video & DVD" and in the comment box, write your own paragraph or two explaining why WLiiA deserves to be put on DVD. You are encouraged to use the pre-written notes & tips below to help when you write your email. Once you've done that and filled out the rest of the short form, you can send it and you're done!

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Postcard Campaign
Because emails can be easily discarded or ignored, another method that is more effective is to try to send a "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" on DVD postcard to Warner Brothers by regular mail. For quick & easy participation, choose from any of our available postcard designs, print it on your computer, and send it to the address provided.

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Looking to talk directly to someone at Warner Home Video about your request for "Whose Line?" DVDs? You might be able to talk to them one-on-one, ensuring your voice is heard & not ignored. Feel free to call as many times as you'd like, but please use this campaign responsibly. If you are not able to talk to someone, be sure to leave a message if possible.

When calling Warner Brothers, keep these tips in mind:
  • Try not to come off rude or demanding, but concerned & well-informed about the topic.
  • Talk about how much you like the show, how much fun you have when you watch it, & what a treat the season one DVDs have been so far.
  • Mention some of the reasons why WLiiA should be on DVD, such as it's large fanbase & likeability to the general public.
  • Let them know of all the things that could make DVDs of the show popular among die-hard fans such as the ability to make them uncensored and to add never-before-seen footage.
  • Request that your message be given to an executive at Warner Home Video.

Phone:  (818)-954-6000
Phone Campaign
Fax Campaign
Of course, if you would like to put a little more time into your participation, you can always write an old-fashioned letter. This is a effective method of letting Warner Brothers know that you are willing to put time into getting WLiiA on DVD. Letters carry a lot of weight in showing how much support we have for the cause.

The letter campaign is basically the WB customer service campaign through regular mail. It is preferred that you write a letter using the reasons in the customer service campaign's pre-written notes & tips and send it to the mailing address below. Or, if you prefer, you can open and print this pre-prepared letter. After you insert your name and hometown at the bottom, all you need to do it stick it in an envelope and send it out to:

Ron Sanders
4000 Warner Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91522
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Letter Campaign Campaign is a website that has been set up by Flashpoint Studios, one of the companies involved in bringing the first season of "Whose Line is it Anyway?" to DVD. Their people monitor this site and take customer requests very seriously. Please take a moment to post on their message board to let them know fans are still interested in more WLiiA DVDs!

Visit Flashpoint Studios "Whose Line?" Site is just what its address says... a website that keeps track of fans' votes for different TV shows to be put on DVD. They rank shows by their popularity and send the information to the studios and home video companies for them to hopefully be released. "Whose Line is it Anyway?" is one of the most requested shows by their users & Warner Home Video has acknowledged this fact! You must register before you vote on their site and it is encouraged that you vote for "season sets" of the series.
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