The 2000s brought with us a decade of change on how we consume media – whether if its at home or on the go. But it also brought a decade of flops – some which you have to see – or hear – to believe. Here are the T Dog Media Blog’s twelve biggest media blunders of the decade, in […]
– With all the high-price radio personality deals a thing of the past (especially in this economy) Don and Roma Wade have signed a new deal with Citadel-owned WLS-AM to keep their morning show on the air for the next four years. Don and Roma have been on WLS since 1985 (when the station still had a CHR/Top 40 format!) […]
Burial or cremated? It’s official: HD-DVD is dead. Toshiba has officially pulled the plug on HD-DVD, which competed with Blu-Ray to become the official format of the next generation of home video entertainment… This comes after Best Buy and Wal-Mart are recommending customers to go with Blu-Ray, which means the chains will phase out HD-DVDs. Netflix has also pledged its […]
After Warner Bros. announced on January 4 that they were releasing its content exclusively on Blu-Ray, with the possibly of Paramount joining them, leaving NBC Universal as the only studio exclusively in the HD-DVD camp. And according to the article, viewers might not want to fork over $300 for a Blu-Ray player but get downloadable HD content from Apple’s iTunes […]
According to this report, Paramount (with the DVD rights to most of the CBS library), may follow Warner Bros. lead and dump HD-DVD for Blu-Ray, possibly leaving NBC Universal as the only studio left using the format. Initally, Paramount supported both HD-DVD and Blu-Ray. Guess the HD in HD-DVD stands for Hung Dry.
Racketing up the HD home video format wars up a serious notch – and just in time for the 2008 International Consumer Electronics Show – Warner Brothers announced today that it was ending its support for HD-DVD and going solely with arch rival Blu-Ray. Warner was previously releasing its material on both HD-DVD and Blu-Ray. The HD-DVD/Blu-Ray battle is reminiscent […]