Amazon.com Selects Widescreen Review to Provide DVD Reviews

Posted on July 28, 1999

Amazon.com and Widescreen Review magazine have announced an agreement whereby the magazine will provide technical data and disc quality reviews of DVD movies for the Internet merchandising powerhouse. The information will include cast and credits plus picture and sound quality reviews. Initially, over 1,000 widescreen format DVD movie and music video titles have been reviewed, with new titles entered weekly.

Almost simultaneously, Widescreen Review announced the launch of its "Ultimate Widescreen DVD Interactive Movie Guide." WSR's website has over 450 categories of searchable criteria within 150 separate fields. Data are measured and verified for accuracy by the research staff.

Gary Reber, Widescreen Review's Editor and Publisher says, "We saw a need to create a comprehensive Internet movie database to provide enthusiasts with a reliable source to find movies for their home theatre systems that convey maximum picture and sound performance. We want to make the home theatre experience the best that it can be."
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