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About two months after a Lionsgate executive spoke out about the phenomenon of day-and-date DVD / VOD releases, and merely days after we heard that digital distribution wasn't expected to overtake packaged media in the near term comes this. Universal, Fox and Summit have all pledged to close or eli

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February 10, 2009 at 8:10AM
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For all the digital download pundits who are quick to harp on the \"limited viewing window\" of downloadable material, chew on this. In a move that can only be described as \"miraculous progress,\" Japan's own Tsutaya has somehow twisted the arms of four US film companies in order to allow HD content t

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For all the digital download pundits who are quick to harp on the \"limited viewing window\" of downloadable material, chew on this. In a move that can only be described as \"miraculous progress,\" Japan's own Tsutaya has somehow twisted the arms of four US film companies in order to allow HD content t

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Day-and-date VOD / DVD releases -- occasions where a film is released on disc and via video-on-demand channels simultaneously -- have been happening on a small scale for awhile now, and according to a bigwig at Lionsgate, it'll remain that way for some time to come. While speaking at the annual Glo

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HD-DVD is moving the movement, with their latest announcement that we will see the first back-and-forwards compatible movie hitting store shelves May 9. Rumor Has It (which I have never heard of) will contain a high definition version on one side and a standard definition DVD on the other. The secon

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