Pioneer, JVC, Twentieth Century Fox sign up for Divx; Sony says `Nay'

Partyka, Jeff
May 1998
EMedia Professional;May98, Vol. 11 Issue 5, p12
Academic Journal
Reports on the supporters and opponents of the Divx format for digital versatile disks (DVD). Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment's agreement with Digital Video Express; JVC Co. of America and Pioneer Electronic Corp.'s agreement as licensees of Divx technology; Sony's support for open DVD.


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