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High-Def DVD Era Set For Soft Launch - Investor's Business Daily - 3/17/06

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  • High-Def DVD Era Set For Soft Launch - Investor's Business Daily - 3/17/06

    Walt Disney's Buena Vista Home Entertainment is backing Sony's Blu-Ray Disc in the upcoming battle between next-generation DVD players.

    BY PATRICK SEITZ
    INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY
    The battle between two formats seeking to become the high-definition successor to the DVD officially gets under way when Toshiba's first HD DVD player hits the market April 18, at the same time as the first HD DVD movies arrive in stores.

    Sony's (SNE) rival Blu-ray Disc is expected to follow two months later. Then it will be up to consumers to pick a winner. The face-off of HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc promises to be the biggest format war since VHS beat Betamax in the videocassette market in the 1980s.
    Full Story: After Years Of Talk, High-Def DVD Era Set For Soft Launch
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