TV (Television)


The Future of Television – China’s Version

by Chris Chinnock

At CES Asia, there was an interesting panel discussion about the future of television that featured four key Chinese players. Their vision is quite different from what we are accustomed to hearing at US-based …

Tags:CES Asia 2016| China| Large Display Monitor| TV (Television)| TV Set Market| Vol 23 - Issue 19

Panasonic Highlights from CES

by Bob Raikes

Panasonic had several interesting technologies on display at CES 2016, including a transparent TV integrated into furniture, a rear-projection screen that was switchable to transparent operation and various projection mapping demos.

Tags:CES 2016| Mapping & Cartography| Panasonic| Rear Projection| Transparent Displays| TV (Television)| Vol 23 - Issue 03

Rovi Renews Sony Agreement

by Tom Allen

Rovi has renewed its patent license agreement with Sony. The multi-year agreement continues to provide Sony with a license to use Rovi’s entertainment discovery patent portfolio for its consumer electronics devices, worldwide.

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Rovi| sony| TV (Television)| Vol 22 - Issue 52

German TV Platform Celebrates 25 Years

by Milos Pavlovic

The German TV Platform, an association of companies involved in setting the direction of German TV, is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a meeting in Berlin on 10th November that will look at how …

Tags:Back Panel| Germany| Large Display Monitor| TV (Television)| Vol 22 - Issue 44

Pseudo UHD: Watch Out for Ultra HD TVs with Reduced Resolution!

by Florian Friedrich

It’s true, UHD TVs with a reduced subpixel count really do exist. And it seems that even the well-known brand LG has no qualms about launching Ultra HD televisions with cut-down definition. Could this …

Tags:Sub-pixel Rendering| TV (Television)| UltraHD (4KTV)| Vol 22 - Issue 44

A Look at LG Display’s Third Quarter Results

by Norbert Hildebrand

LG Display just released their quarterly results as we have reported already. I thought it may be a good idea to take a closer look on the development of LG Display over the last …

Tags:Financial Data| LG Displays (LGD)| tablets| TV (Television)| Vol 22 - Issue 43

Millward Brown Sees Digital Video Consumption Rising Globally

by Norbert Hildebrand

Millward Brown part of the Kantar Group focuses on advertising effectiveness and brand development has published some results of their recent survey on TV versus digital viewing. This also covers the consumption and reception …

Tags:Advertising| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| OTT Video| Streaming Video| TV (Television)| TV Viewing| Video over IP (VIP)| Vol 22 - Issue 41

Early News from IFA

by Tom Allen

We were at IFA for the press conferences and we went to press just as the show itself was due to start, but already there were some interesting snippets of news from the press …

Tags:Dolby| Dolby Vision| IFA 2014| Large Display Monitor| LG Electronics (LGE)| Mobile Display Monitor| OLED TVs| Panasonic| Projectors| Samsung| sony| toshiba| TV (Television)| Vol 22 - Issue 35

Is Power the Elephant in the Room for Better Pixels?

by Bob Raikes

Over the last year, a lot (or most) of the discussion in the TV business has been around the concept of more, better and faster pixels. We’ve covered UltraHD, high dynamic range (HDR) and …

Tags:Energy Star| Power Consumption| TV (Television)| Vol 22 - Issue 28

Source Reflex Mania

Ready for UHD and HDR on your old CRT TV?

by Norbert Hildebrand

In recent months we have been talking about Ultra High Definition/4K TVs a lot, while the majority of people are still using FHD, HD or even SD televisions in their homes. While we can …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| TV (Television)| UltraHD| UltraHD (4KTV)| UltraHD & 4K| Vol 22 - Issue 20