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A Clarification of Warner extending It's HD DVD Support

The Digital Bits reports that it looked into that TG Daily story from yesterday about Warner extending their HD-DVD support by three weeks. It's actually not an extension, it's really just a clarification.

It simply reflects the fact that Warner is delaying their catalog HD-DVD releases three weeks after the DVD and Blu-ray release as well as new release titles. So whatever the last major DVD and Blu-ray title announcement is before the end of May, the HD-DVD version will come out in early June and will be the studio's last release on the format.

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Cyrus3653494d ago

This story explains the "Extension" details further, and why it's extended by 3 weeks. It's due to them releasing HD-DVD 3 weeks later.

mikeslemonade3494d ago

We all know Microsoft slipped a blank check under the table. No suprise here. Microsoft is trying to prolong HD-DVD all the way until the masses have appeal for digital downloads.

demolitionX3494d ago

3 weeks for DD to get some ground!!! lol!

bosels113494d ago

I dont ever see DD becoming the norm for movies - at least not for a decade or so. And anyone who buys into it, ought to be shot. Too much control over how we watch movies can be used this way. I would hate to download and then be forced to have to rent in a way - not saying this will happen, but could. And if Microsoft has anything to do with it, IT WILL! F#CK Bill Gates!!!

OutLaw3494d ago

Does it really make a difference. Dead is Dead no matter how you put it.

Yo Mama3494d ago (Edited 3494d ago )

Only those poor souls who can't accept hd-dvd is dead needed this clarification, as it was obvious to us other readers....you know, the ones with common sense.

OutLaw3494d ago

You're right Mclovin. LOL.

Love the Avatar

chrno63494d ago

3 weeks imao. Yup that's going to help haha..nawt.

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