A2ZCDS.com Brings Out 24 New Products In February And Plans to Triple Production in the Coming Months

Share Article

A2ZCDS.com, the worldÂ?s largest Internet library of historical CDs, documentary DVDs and vintage films, released 24 new offerings in February including 10 classic DVDs and a CD-ROM featuring rare scenic pictures of Yellowstone Park.

“We are continuing our commitment to bring out a total of 1,000 products by the end of 2005,” said A2ZCDS.com founder Scott Reid. “Yet, we will never sacrifice quality for quantity. Our February releases represent some of the most dynamic titles we have ever produced.”

The company – which initially focused on selling educational and historical CD-ROMs - began offering restored educational and historical films on DVD last year. There are currently more than 250 products on sale through the site.

The company released 28 new titles in January. Reid said that slightly fewer products were introduced in February only because the month is shorter than most.

“Now we are entering the most crucial phase of our production goals,” Reid said. “To make good on our promise to have 1,000 products out by the end of the year we need to triple production over the next three months. We will do so.”

The new products introduced in February can be seen by visiting http://www.a2zcds.com/shownewproducts.asp.

The offerings include digitally re-mastered versions of classic films including The Forgotten Village (1941), The President's Mystery (1936), Ghost Patrol (1936), Last Woman on Earth (1960), City of Missing Girls (1941), Affairs of Cappy Ricks (1937), Flight to Nowhere (1946), The Missing Corpse (1945) and Gulliver’s Travels (1939).

“Perhaps the most exciting new offering is our Yellowstone CD,” Reid said. “It allows people to take a virtual tour of one of the most beautiful national parks in America. In February we also introduced our Emergence of Advertising series, which gives people the chance to see more than 9,000 historic photographs at the click of a mouse.”


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Scott Reid