Saturday, September 26, 2009

Report: Apple ready to release new iMacs with Blu-ray

according to AppleInsider.. it looks like the new iMac's are currently in production. they are going to be thinner, and faster.. and what's this? it appears very likely that these new machines will include support for Blu-ray. how exciting.

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Thursday, September 10, 2009

Testimonials - CD Duplication - Harold Cory

"I am writing just to say thank you for the job you guys did on the CD wallets for the Booksource. They turned out great and you gave me a quick turnaround. Once again thank you for everything."
Harold Cory
Saint Louis, MO

Monday, August 31, 2009

BD Prices Fall, Catalog Spending Rises 72%

Below is an informative read on the growing popularity and incorporation of blu-ray technology into American homes.

"Pricing for BD software has dropped significantly everywhere, fostering an increase in demand and spending. In the US, BD software pricing has fallen more than 10% for new releases and a full one-third on catalog titles since 2008. This has caused spending on theatrical Blu-ray catalog to increase 72% from the same 2008 period. However, retailers would like prices to drop more.."

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Monday, August 24, 2009

CD still music king, but losing ground to digital

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. -- Market researchers NPD Groupsaid Tuesday that digital music downloads now make up 35 percent of the U.S. market, up from 30 percent in 2008.

People still buy more CDs, which account for 65 percent of music sales in the U.S., NPD said. The research group predicts digital music sales will nearly equal CD sales by the end of next year.." [continue reading]

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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Mitsubishi Announces Super-Charged Blu-ray Disc Recorders....For Japan

"Here we go again! Another announcement by a large Asian consumer electronics manufacturer that it is introducing a new line of Blu-ray Disc recorders, but, unfortunately, they will probably never see the light-of-day in the U.S.

What makes Mitsubishi's announcement even more frustrating is that these units are a home theater fan's dream: One unit combines Blu-ray Disc recording with a 1 Terabyte Hard Drive, a second unit offers a 500GB hard drive, while the third houses not only a Blu-ray Disc recorder and a 320 GB hard drive, but also includes a VHS deck.."
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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Swan Song For Movie Soundtracks

"Slumping CD sales and the increasing influence of iTunes over the music industry have taken a toll on the once reliable revenues of movie soundtracks -- and that’s left studios increasingly reluctant to release soundtracks to many films."

“While it’s still worth it for the right project, there are a lot of studios who aren’t even doing soundtrack deals anymore because they think it’s a waste of time,” Patricia Joseph, VP of Music Placement and Licensing for NYC-based Razor & Tie Entertainment, told TheWrap." [continue reading]

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Thursday, July 30, 2009

Blu-ray sales up 91 percent in first half of 2009

The following is an article reporting the steady growth and impact of Blu-ray in the United States.

"..the Digital Entertainment Group (DEG) has issued a press release saying that U.S. Blu-ray sales are up 91 percent in the first half of 2009, which indicates that the format is maintaining its growth pace despite the recession. " [read more]

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