It seems like having Blu-ray players and the software to test them out are starting to find some sort of coordination. Sort of.

In a story from Video Business, Steve Nickerson, Warner Home Video senior VP, stated that the company should some of it's Blu-ray titles available when Samsung's BD-P1000 hit's stores on June 25.

While Nickerson would not say which titles were going to be offered, he conceded that "there will be some overlap with the titles it releases on HD DVD."

Also, The Digital Bits says that Warner Bros. isn't going "to favor one format over the other."

They also state that Universal is "very close" to making an announcement about their HD-DVD titles. A couple of these would be Serenity and Apollo 13.

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Evan Jacobs