The second volume of all DVDs reviewed by Widescreen Review. An excellent source in making rental and purchasing decisions. Featuring an exclsive article on 50 years of Widescreen Cinema.
Widescreen Review® Announces "The Return Of The DVD," The Ultimate Widescreen DVD Movie Guide™ 2004
Temecula, CA, May 2004 - Widescreen Review® magazine, `The Essential Home Theatre Resource™,` today announced the Return Of The DVD, WSR's Special Edition entitled: The Ultimate Widescreen DVD Movie Guide 2004. The 344 -page issue is available now and on sale at national newsstands until June 2004.
In addition to traditional newsstands and specialty outlets, such as Barnes & Noble, B. Dalton, and Borders, the special issue will receive wide range distribution through major DVD retail chains, such as Tower Video/Records, Hollywood Video, and select Best Buy stores.
With over 3,600 DVDs featured, this extraordinary compendium offers a tremendous value to all home theatre buffs and DVD movie enthusiasts. It has over 300 designated pages loaded with information needed to help enthusiasts in making important DVD buying and rental decisions. You'll find over 2,000 new DVD reviews added since the first Movie Guide release back in 2001. The 2004 DVD Movie Guide is a must have reference tool. Key article, "50 Years Of Widescreen: From Cinema To DVD" is a must -read for anyone interested in movies. In addition, you'll find 62 -pages of jam -packed DVD discographies that will please the most technical reader out there.
`This is the fourth biggest issue Widescreen Review has ever published and the second Special Edition specifically about DVD reviews,` said Gary Reber, President of WSR Publishing Inc. Reber also is the Editor -In -Chief and Publisher of Widescreen Review, the monthly magazine that is regarded in its category as `the essential home theatre resource.` Said Reber, `This is an outstanding reference bible of 3,621 DVDs that we have reviewed since the format's introduction in 1997.`
The Ultimate Widescreen DVD Movie Guide 2004 hit the newsstands on April 6th. Cover price is $9.95 U.S. and $13.50 Canadian. This special edition is offered to new and renewal U.S. and Canadian/Mexico subscribers as a bonus with a paid one -year subscription to the monthly magazine. International subscribers are also entitled to the special edition at no charge but must pay additional shipping costs.
About Widescreen Review
Widescreen Review is the premiere home theatre resource in print magazine and Webzine form. Launched in 1992, the magazine and Webzine are published by WSR Publishing, Inc., an independent publisher. Renowned throughout the world of enthusiast home theatre technology publications as `The Essential Home Theatre Resource™,` WSR advocates a home theatre experience that is `the best that it can be.` The magazine is distributed nationally and internationally and is sold on select specialty magazine racks or obtained by subscription. The Webzine, located at www.WidescreenReview.com, currently handles over 500,000 page views per month, 40,000 unique visitors, and is designed, administered, and served in -house.
Over the past thirteen years, Widescreen Review magazine has grown to be the most in -depth home theatre audio and video equipment journal of its kind. With each monthly issue, WSR provides industry news, cutting -edge technology updates, equipment reviews, and DVD/D -VHS® reviews for picture and sound quality.
For more information, contact Maryellen Oswald, Director Of Marketing & Operations at Widescreen Review at 909 676 4914. Companies wishing to be a `newsstand` outlet for the special edition and/or the magazine should email Maryellen@widescreenreview.com.