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Warner Extends HD DVD support

http://ilovehddvd.com/hd-dvd-news-wa...port-of-hd-dvd

well, it seems in the light of the Disney news, Warner isn't dumping HD DVD as soon as the blu-bots had hoped. They just extended their support even farther for the "losing" format.

- disney
- warner (now extended)
- paramount
- dreamworks
- universal
- weinstein

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Old 02-09-2008, 04:44 PM
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Old news, as well as meaningless and nothing to do with any so called Disney news, which was just an old unrelated article dug up.

Warner did not extend HD DVD support, they are merely allowing for the fact that there is a 3 week delay between Blu-ray & HD DVD releases. They have not announced any more titles in HD DVD.
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In a surprising twist, Warner realized that it was drunk when it decided to go Blu-ray and has now woken up to a fat hairy chick, and a few infections. That may be pushing it a bit, but Warner has quietly annouced that it will extend its exclusive obligations to HD DVD for three weeks so that it can continue to release discs in both formats.
Drunk...woken up...pushing it....three weeks....who knows!

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someone please ban this troll.
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Old news - only 3 weeks of support - and not Disney FUD is not part of it.

Please stop threads like this. It's only hurting other HD DVD fans.
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http://ilovehddvd.com/hd-dvd-news-wa...port-of-hd-dvd

well, it seems in the light of the Disney news, Warner isn't dumping HD DVD as soon as the blu-bots had hoped. They just extended their support even farther for the "losing" format.

- disney
- warner (now extended)
- paramount
- dreamworks
- universal
- weinstein
huh? i am dumb founded ! the 3-week extension was announced to accomodate the 3 week delay of Warner's HD DVD releases.

why is Disney in the list of HD DVD supporting studios?
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I am convinced now. The OP is actually a Blu-ray supporter using this account to make HD DVD supporters look like loons and crackpots. Nobody could possibly be deranged enough to believe this Warner/Disney crap.
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huh? i am dumb founded ! the 3-week extension was announced to accomodate the 3 week delay of Warner's HD DVD releases.

why is Disney in the list of HD DVD supporting studios?
DUD fud Troll
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http://ilovehddvd.com/hd-dvd-news-wa...port-of-hd-dvd

well, it seems in the light of the Disney news, Warner isn't dumping HD DVD as soon as the blu-bots had hoped. They just extended their support even farther for the "losing" format.

- disney
- warner (now extended)
- paramount
- dreamworks
- universal
- weinstein
In light of what Disney news? Why do you have HD DVD in front of Disney? Last I checked they only support BD
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huh? i am dumb founded ! the 3-week extension was announced to accomodate the 3 week delay of Warner's HD DVD releases.

why is Disney in the list of HD DVD supporting studios?
cause they support hd dvd now!

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