10.22.2004 08:00 AM
Twentieth Century Fox joins with Sony in Blu-ray group

Twentieth Century Fox has joined an industry association led by Sony in the battle for the successor to the current DVD format.

The Sony group, which backs an optical-disk technology called Blu-ray (BRD), is opposed by a coalition led by Toshiba and NEC, which support a format called HD-DVD.

For more information, visit www.dvdforum.org and www.blu-raydisc.com.

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