Archive for the ‘HDTV Programming’ Category

Sony Announces New Video Service

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008

Sony has recently announced that it will be offering its “eyeVio HD Pro” service. Through this service, consumer will be able to post and share HDTV video files through the company’s video sharing portal, which is to be called “eyeVio.” The company has actually been running the service since ...

Dish Network Expanding Local HD Offerings

Tuesday, July 15th, 2008

According to Dish Network, the company is now offering local HD channels to a total of 61 different markets. The company claims that this accounts for approximately 61% of the country, which is good news for those that subscribe to the satellite company. Of course, with a good ...

Wireless DTV May Soon Be Available for Your Vehicle

Monday, July 7th, 2008

Have you been longing to be able to access television programming from your car? If so, you might not have to wait much longer. In fact, broadcasters say it is only a matter of months before they can offer a standard mobile DTV. In addition, MatrixStream says ...

LodgeNet Forms Important New Partherships

Friday, July 4th, 2008

LodgeNet has formed an innovative partnership with Philips, LG Electronics, and Panasonic that it hopes will help provide improved HDTV solutions to hotels. Through the partnership, LodgeNet plans to offer pre-bundled packages that would include “plug-and-play” HDTVs from partner manufacturers. These HDTVs would be designed to improve the ...

Report Predicts Drop in HDTV Sales in a Couple of Years

Thursday, July 3rd, 2008

HDTV sales have already started to slow down and, according to a consultancy company based in Austin called DisplaySearch, sales may stagnate completely if manufacturers do not start offering some improvements in technology or start making some innovative changes. Despite the fact that many companies have dropped their prices on HDTVs, ...

Frustration with Cable Companies

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

Hi everybody! Well, yesterday I moved in to my new house! I finally got everything set –up and ready to go late last night. Unfortunately, I had to give up DirecTV for my new home due to a community policy that does not allow satellite dishes or large antenna. It's a ...

Studios May Offer HD VOD Movies Before DVD Release

Monday, May 19th, 2008

 Hi everybody! I have some more possibly great news for lovers of high definition television. Cable and satellite operators may soon offer first-run movies on HD VOD shortly after their theatrical release -- and well before their DVD and Blu-ray release. That's according to an article by ContentAgenda.com. The web site writes that ...

Will We Ever Be Able to Get a HD Only Package?

Saturday, May 17th, 2008

Hi everybody! Earlier this week, Dish Network announced that they will be launching 22 new HD channels. This will give Dish Network 95 HD channels, and DirecTV 104 HD channels. Even though cable companies are extremely far behind in the HD broadcasting department, this got me wondering. Will we begin to ...

A&E Promises More HD Programming

Monday, May 5th, 2008

It appears that another network is ready to take advantage of the growing high definition market. According to an article written by Multichannel News, the A&E Television Network will be adding a new HDTV Network called Crime & Investigation HD in the fourth quarter of this year. The new channel ...

A New Alternative to Cable and Satellite TV?

Sunday, May 4th, 2008

It appears a new company called Sezmi is trying to emerge as an alternative to cable and satellite television. They seem to be specifically targeting customers who are tired of the ever rising cable and satellite bills they are currently paying. Sezmi is teaming up with local television broadcasters and phone ...