Maxell, Nimbus, and Cinram begin DVD disc manufacturing

April 1997
EMedia Professional;Apr97, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p26
Academic Journal
Presents announcements from digital video disc (DVD) manufacturers. North American customers DVD discs offered by Maxell Corporation of America; Production of commercial DVD products by Nimbus International in its Charlottesville, Virginia facility; Joint venture of Cinram with Santa Monica-based Pacific Ocean Post (POP) to create the Cinram-POP DVD Center.


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