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Exposition Shows HD Broadcasts Will Get Better     29 Oct, 2008

News By: Chris Tribbey

Amid purely technical presentations about delivering broadcasts in 1080p Oct. 28 at the Society of...More>>

At Digital Hollywood, DVD Forum Says It’s ‘Resetting’    29 Oct, 2008

News By: Chris Tribbey

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — HD DVD is not dead. It’s found a home in China and has a new name: China...More>>

Report: Euro Blu-ray Player Shipments to Triple by 2009    28 Oct, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Shipments of Blu-ray players (excluding Sony’s PlayStation 3) in Western Europe are expected to...More>>

Report: Sears Plans ‘Blu Friday’ Specials    27 Oct, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Sears, Roebuck and Co. plans to substantially slash prices on select Blu-ray players, movies and...More>>

The Mysterious Mr. Lynch    27 Oct, 2008

News By: Billy Gil

David Lynch reveals the ‘mystery disc’ in his ‘Lime Green Set,’ due Nov. 18 from Ryko.More>>

Sony Pictures Bows ‘House Bunny’ and ‘Pineapple Express’    27 Oct, 2008

News By: Chris Tribbey

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment closes the year with one comedy on home video, and opens 2009 with...More>>

Home Theater Forum Treated to Blu-ray Demos    23 Oct, 2008

News By: Chris Tribbey

Every major studio opened its doors to members of Home Theater Forum (HTF) Oct. 19-24, showing off...More>>

Indy Captures Top Prize    23 Oct, 2008

News By: Thomas K. Arnold

Paramount Home Entertainment scored big on the national home video sales chart the week ended Oct....More>>

Netflix Streaming Offered on Samsung Blu-ray Players    23 Oct, 2008

News By: Erik Gruenwedel

Samsung Electronics Oct. 23 said it made available free firmware upgrades to its Blu-ray players...More>>

Other World Computing Launches BD Drives    22 Oct, 2008

News By: Chris Tribbey

Other World Computing will release two external Blu-ray drives that work with both Windows and...More>>