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Posted 25 August 2007 - 05:26 AM

Warner Denies Rumors of Shift in High-Def Strategy
Posted by XanTium | 25-8-2007 0:26 EST

From highdefdigest.com:

Though it's not likely to quell ongoing speculation, Warner today is denying reports that the studio will follow in Paramount's footsteps drop its dual-support of both HD DVD and Blu-ray.

The rumors began earlier this week, after fellow dual-format supporter Paramount announced it would exclusively release its movies on HD DVD, but reached a fever pitch late Thursday, when Warner VP Steve Nickerson -- the studio's high-def point person, and the industry's cheerleader for dual-format support -- announced he would leave Warner.
Now, in a new article posted by Video Business, Warner Home Video spokesman Jim Noonan says that Nickerson's departure should not be taken to suggest an upcoming shift in the studio's high-def operations.

Full Story: highdefdigest.com

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Posted 25 August 2007 - 05:11 AM

Uh oh....

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