Posted Tue Feb 15, 2011 at 07:00 AM PST by Dick Ward
Though he's very excited about the future of Blu-ray, he's taking a wait-and-see approach to 3D content.
The folks over at Home Media Magazine have a great mini-interview up in which they ask questions of Bill Clark, the president of Anchor Bay Entertainment. Many of his answers veer towards the expected, but he does reveal some interesting things about the strategy of the company moving forward.
When asked about his opinion on the Blu-ray format, Clark answers that he doesn't see it slowing down any time soon. "The format is clearly well down the path of mass adoption," he says. Clark also has some interesting thoughts on waiting to go with Blu-ray 3D.
"We’ll certainly utilize the format where it makes sense. Obviously, we will not be the first to market on BD 3D," says Clark, "but we will evaluate on a title-by-title basis and, where it makes sense, will release in this format."
Source: Home Media Magazine
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