It's almost all format war news this week. We're not sure how that happens, but we'd bet it has something to do with the holiday season and most HD news is being held over for CES. We spend a lot of time covering comments this week, but eventually get into the news. If you like format war talk you'll love this week as things are really starting to heat up. We're sorry for the delay this week, we had the show ready to go, and dropped the ball on posting it.

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Hosts: Ben Drawbaugh and Steve Kim

Producer:
Trent Wolbe

Program
25:15 - 90,000 HD DVD players sold in one weekend
25:55 - HD DVD nearing the half million mark in standalone player sales?
27:23 - Cheaper Blu-ray players coming, says Sony exec
30:17 - Nielsen VideoScan High-Def market share for week ending November 4th, 2007
35:01 - Sony's Stringer: Blu-ray vs. HD DVD battle a "stalemate"
38:36 - SlySoft's latest AnyDVD beta cracks BD+
40:51 - AVS Forum reopens Blu-ray / HD DVD boards, new rules abound
44:42 - FIOS quietly adds Discovery HD in some markets
46:18 - TiVo temporarily reinstates $400 lifetime subscription for Series3, HD


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Engadget HD Podcast 058 - 11.14.2007