PSP Support From 20th Century Fox

The future of Sony?s UMD media format today received yet another healthy boost, with confirmation that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release film titles for the Sony PSP.

Targeting the core demographic of males aged 18-34, the first five titles scheduled for a North American release during July 2005 include I-Robot, Napoleon Dynamite, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Super Troopers and Predator ? with the promise of a ?burgeoning catalog [sic] of releases immediately scheduled for subsequent waves?

“The technologically advanced PSP enables our consumers to experience Fox movies with the same high quality picture and audio to which they have grown accustomed, while securing our film assets with a unique hardware-based copy protection” said Mike Dunn, President Worldwide, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. “We are extremely supportive of this new technology and are currently assembling a robust library of titles for release that are perfectly suited for the PSP and its core demo.”

The future of Sony?s UMD media format today received yet another healthy boost, with confirmation that Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release film titles for the Sony PSP.

Targeting the core demographic of males aged 18-34, the first five titles scheduled for a North American release during July 2005 include I-Robot, Napoleon Dynamite, Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Super Troopers and Predator ? with the promise of a ?burgeoning catalog [sic] of releases immediately scheduled for subsequent waves?

“The technologically advanced PSP enables our consumers to experience Fox movies with the same high quality picture and audio to which they have grown accustomed, while securing our film assets with a unique hardware-based copy protection” said Mike Dunn, President Worldwide, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. “We are extremely supportive of this new technology and are currently assembling a robust library of titles for release that are perfectly suited for the PSP and its core demo.”

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