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Office Season Six offers access to episodes of new season via BD Live

Fans can watch the latest episodes of "The Office" without ever setting their DVR when "The Office" Season Six arrives on Blu-ray Hi-Def September 7, 2010 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

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As part of this groundbreaking set, the Blu-ray release of "The Office" Season 6 will allow fans to access content like never before via BD-Live. Through their Internet-connected Blu-ray player using BD-Live, purchasers will now have an opportunity to watch the latest five episodes from Season Seven after they air on their home televisions. Season Seven episodes will be available in HD, pending individual Internet connection speeds.
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BONUS FEATURES EXCLUSIVE TO Blu-ray: Unleash the power of your HDTV with perfect picture and the purest digital sound available.
-- BD-LIVE: Access the BD-Live Center through your
Internet-connected player to get even more content, watch the latest
trailers and more!
-- Exclusive Content: The first-ever chance to watch "The Office"
Season Seven episodes on your television via BD-Live the day
after they air on NBC.
-- My Scenes: Bookmark your favorite scenes from the series.
-- pocket BLU: USHE's groundbreaking pocket BLU app uses iPhone®,
iPod® touch, iPad®, Blackberry®, Android, Windows and Macintosh
computers and more to work seamlessly with a network-connected
Blu-ray player and offers advanced features such as:
-- Advanced Remote Control: A sleek, elegant new way to operate your
Blu-ray player. Users can navigate through menus, playback and
BD-Live functions with ease.
-- Video Timeline: Users can easily bring up the video timeline,
allowing them to instantly access any point in their favorite
episode.
-- Mobile-To-Go: Users can unlock a selection of bonus content with
their Blu-ray discs to save to their device or to stream from
anywhere there's a Wi-Fi network, enabling them to enjoy exclusive
content on the go, anytime, anywhere.
-- Browse Titles: Users will have access to a complete list of
pocket BLU-enabled titles available and coming to Blu-ray.
They can view free previews and see what additional content is
available to unlock on their device.
-- Keyboard: Enter data into a Blu-ray player with your device's
easy and intuitive keyboard.


"The Office" Season Six on Blu-ray and DVD comes with hours of bonus features, including:
-- Digital Short "The Podcast:" In the uncensored version of the digital
short "The Podcast," Gabe (Zach Woods) tries to impress corporate by
recording a podcast for the Sabre website. However, his plans for a
small meaningful, profile of Kevin (Brian Baumgartner) quickly unravel
as the rest of the office forces Gabe to become the reluctant host of
a late night style talk show.
-- Welcome to Sabre Featurette: Full-screen version of the corporate
welcome video starring Kathy Bates and Christian Slater
-- Episode Commentary: Commentaries featuring the cast and crew of The
Office on episodes such as "The Promotion," "Niagara," "The Lover,"
"Murder," "Secret Santa," "Sabre," "The Delivery" and "Happy Hour."
-- More than Two Hours of Deleted Scenes
-- Two Extended Episodes
-- Blooper Reel
-- The Office Promos: Dwight's Tribute to Canada
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Ill buy it just to see what Dwights tribute to Canada is

Seriously, though, this is interesting in that the studio is going to provide a BD-J video player and deliver subscription content in competition with others. I wonder if this will lead to a longer term strategy where the power of BD players will be used to compete with VOD from BDUs, AppleTV and PS3? Perhaps the studios see this as an inexpensive way to gain the upper hand?

I debate objective data, not subjective my favourite ___ is better than yours rants which usually flame out quickly.
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