Star Trek Season 2 Cancelled Not Delayed

February 18, 2008 by · 24 Comments 

We are going to give the real information on Star Trek Season 2′s delay cancellation. An inside source at Technicolor has informed us that a few weeks ago Toshiba canceled the work they were doing on Star Trek Season 2. Toshiba had been the one paying for the re-mastering/encoding of Star Trek: TOS, which was [...]

WB HD DVD: “Isolated Instances” Clarified?

February 15, 2008 by · 20 Comments 

It would seem as though yesterday’s article at DVDTown has gotten many in a tizzy over Warner’s future release policy, with HD DVD owners seeing a glimmer of hope, and Blu-ray fans disowning the statement due to poor word choice. Well, the folks at DVDTown have once again contacted Ronnee dearest, and she goes on [...]

Warner HD DVD: Available after May 31st?

February 15, 2008 by · 10 Comments 

Will all current/upcoming Warner HD DVD releases be available after Warner Bros. officially goes Blu-ray? Well, in response to DVDTown’s inquiry, the answer appears to be yes… with a few strings attached.  At the risk of mincing words, here is what Ronnee Sass (VP Publicity & Promotion) had to say: "If there is product available [...]

Planet Earth HD DVD Out Of Print Now?

February 12, 2008 by · 9 Comments 

It looks like the HD DVD version of Planet Earth may now be "Out Of Print." Retailer has no stock of the Planet Earth HD DVD, which might be a sign of the first Warner title that has ran out of existing stock. The studio has said it will sell remaining copies of its [...]

HD DVD: What’s New?

November 16, 2007 by · 13 Comments 

We’ll keep this short and sweet. There are three bits of information that are worth reporting on the HD DVD front today. 1) The DVD Forum has officially approved the triple layer 51gb HD DVD disc: “DVD Specifications for High Density Read-Only Disc [HD DVD-ROM (51G)] Part 1 Physical Specifications, Version 2.0″ 2) CH-DVD, the [...]

“Blue-Ray Tech.” Responds Strongly to Paramount/HD DVD Deal

August 24, 2007 by · 16 Comments 

Independent Blu-ray factory Blue-Ray Technologies spoke out strongly about the reported $150 million in incentives Toshiba and the HD DVD cadre gave to Paramount and DreamWorks Animation to shun Blu-ray discs according to Erick Hansen of BRT calls it an act of desperation by HD DVD, which is in grave danger of losing the [...]

First U.S. Indie Blu-ray Replication Plant Opens

August 8, 2007 by · 1 Comment 

Blue Ray Technologies just completed it’s $12 million plant in downtown Spokane, WA (We might have to take a day trip to check out the plant) and produced the first run of true indie Blu-ray discs in the U.S. following an arrangement with GE Plastics. The advanced, eco-friendly plant may also be the first of [...]

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