Several large retailers plan to sell both High-Definition disc formats despite Blockbuster's semi-endorsement of Blu-ray.
That's according to an article by Video Business.
Blockbuster has announced that it will only sell and rent Blu-ray high-def discs in 1,450 stores, starting this month.
Although the video retailer says it will carry both Blu-ray and its rival HD DVD in 250 additional stores, Blu-ray supporters have called the Blockbuster decision a major victory.
But Video Business reports that Amazon.com, Best Buy, Virgin Megastores and Trans World all plan to continue to sell both high-def disc formats. While some concede that Blu-ray titles are selling better, they say there's still consumer interest in HD DVD.