• VUDU Claims the Biggest HD Library In Existence

    Posted Tue Nov 11, 2008 at 11:15 AM PST by Mike Attebery

    VUDU issued a press release today claiming that the company now offers its customers the largest HD library out there.

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  • Xbox Live Offers 'Animatrix' Downloads Free with Purchase of 'Complete Matrix Trilogy' HD DVD

    Posted Sun May 20, 2007 at 09:01 PM PDT by

    Microsoft says it will offer free downloads of the entire 'Animatrix' series on Xbox Live with purchase of 'The Complete Matrix Trilogy' on HD DVD.

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  • Amazon to Support All High-Def DVD Formats with New CustomFlix Video-on-Demand Service

    Posted Tue Apr 25, 2006 at 12:56 PM PDT by
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    Amazon is throwing its hat into the high-def download arena in a big way, announcing today that its upcoming CustomFlix video-on-demand service will support all HD formats when it launches later this year, reports Home Media Retailing.

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  • Amazon, Studios in Talks for Burn-to-DVD Movie Downloads Service

    Posted Fri Mar 10, 2006 at 09:55 AM PST by
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    Only days after online retailer IndiePix announced a new pay service that will allow consumers to download independent films and burn them on a DVD, The New York Times reports that Amazon is in advanced negotiations with major studios Warner, Paramount and Universal for a similar, broader, service.

    Amazon's move comes at pivotal time for both the studios and online retailers. Both industries are making a mad dash to entice tech-saavy consumers with instant access to their products, amid a dizzying array of new internet and on-demand services and technologies.

    Although the studios have been experimenting with video-on-demand services such as MovieBeam and MovieLink, and making select television shows available for download on Apple's iTunes, none offer the ability for consumers to burn purchases to a DVD disc and then play them on any DVD-compatible device.

    If talks between Amazon and the studios are successful, the launch of such a service would send shock waves through the industry. With the online retail giant's huge reach -- and a hybrid approach that would allow consumers the instant satisfaction of a download, coupled with the ability to continue to watch movies on DVD -- Amazon could quickly bring movie downloads to the masses.

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