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Old 01-09-07, 04:41 AM   #31
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Default Re: Microsoft: HD-DVD might be "next Betamax"

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Originally Posted by betterdan
You forgot a couple...
New Line (neutral), Lionsgate (Blu ray), Bandai (HD DVD) Weinstein Company (HD DVD) and MGM (Blu ray)
Also Universal is strictly HD DVD right now.

Looks like you failed your homework assignment.
No I hadnt failed. Actually New Line is a division and owned by Warner Bros/Time Warner that supported both format. Liongate of course support Blu-ray but it is not based in Hollywood, Liongate is a Canadian company based in Vancouver. Bandai Visual Co Ltd produce animate films, it is not based in Hollywood too, in fact Bandai is a Japanese company based in Tokyo. Weinstein Company is based outside Hollywood in New York but I am not sure whether Weinstein Company still support HD-DVD, they were a member of HD-DVD Promotion Group but the listing ended 31 Dec 2006, Weinstein Company are no longer a member of HD-DVD. It been confirmed that Weinstein Company will release Blu-ray movies for the first time in the next few months, it remain to be seen whether Weinstein Company are backing Blu-ray 100%. MGM is a division and owned by Sony Pictures. Universal still back Blu-ray but will release movies on Blu-ray on the right time when the issues with Blu-ray sort out so they current release movies on HD-DVD at the moment.
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