Archive for June, 2008

Asia Pacific Market Expected to Enjoy Strong HD Growth

Monday, June 30th, 2008

The high-definition market appears to be moving in a positive direction in the Asia Pacific market. In fact, a new survey that was conducted by Euroconsult that was commissioned by MEASAT Satellite Systems, has determined that 75% of operators of pay television intend to launch high definition programming this ...

ABI Research Makes Bold Predictions for the Future of Wireless HDTV Technology

Saturday, June 28th, 2008

According to ABI Research, wireless HDTV technology will enjoy a significant increase in demand by 2012. In fact, the research company predicts that competing technologies will be duking it out by this time in an effort to fulfill the demand for over a million installs. The three technologies ...

Broadband More Important to Consumers Than HDTV

Friday, June 27th, 2008

A recent survey conducted by Pike & Fischer Broadband Advisory Services has found that more consumers are interested in obtaining broadband services than digital phone service or an HDTV. If fact, the survey found that broadband services ranked as the number one “new” service on the lists of consumers. In ...

Sony and YouTube form Partnership

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

Are you a YouTube fan? If so, you might be interested in the new deal that Sony has worked out with YouTube. According to recent reports, those owning a Sony Bravia flat-panel HDTV can now watch YoutTube videos on their televisions. This is because YouTube has agreed to provide ...

Dallas Cowboys Stadium: Home of the World’s Largest HDTV

Friday, June 20th, 2008

The Dallas Cowboys team will soon be able to boast that it has the largest HDTV in the world. The new television, which will measure a whopping 160 feet by 70 feet, will be installed in the team’s new stadium. Currently, the largest HDTV can be found at the Tokyo ...

Going Green in the HDTV Industry

Thursday, June 19th, 2008

The green movement, which involves making purchases and other decisions based upon the impact they have on the environment, has started to make an impact on the HDTV industry. In fact, it is becoming so important to consumers, that a panel of HDTV manufacturers and retailer was developed to ...

Monster Cable Offering New Wireless Technology

Tuesday, June 17th, 2008

Monster Cable has announced that it will now be offering a wireless transmitter for HDTV signals. This new transmitter will be capable of connecting the television of a home theater to a DVD player or digital signal box. The wireless system being offered by Monster Cable is nothing more than ...

TruSurround XT Technology to be Available in HDTVs

Monday, June 16th, 2008

SRS Labs has formed a partnership with three different HDTV manufacturers in order to integrate its TruSurround XT audio technology into their systems. These companies include Vizio, Sharp, and Syntax-Brillian. According to reports, Vizio will be offering televisions with SRS TruSurround XT technology this quarter. Sharp, on the other ...

Westinghouse Introduces Several New Televisions

Friday, June 13th, 2008

Westinghouse Digital has introduced three new 1080p LCD televisions as well as a number of other multi-purpose LCD televisions. Among the new 1080p HDTVs, the company will now offer a 42 inch model (MSRP: $1199), a 47 inch model (MSRP: $1599), and a 52 inch model (MSRP: ...

Sony Announce the Launch of New HDTVs

Thursday, June 12th, 2008

Sony has announced that it will now be offering seven new LCD HDTVs. The new XBR line of televisions includes seven different models, each utilizing triluminos LED backlighting. The new televisions are available in a variety of sizes, ranging from 19 inches to 70 inches. LED backlighting has been used ...