Vol 22 - Issue 30


EEMEA OTT Market Set to Reach $2.6 Billion

by Helen Vince

OTT TV and video revenues in the 19 countries of Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EEMEA) will reach $2.6 billion in 2020, up from only $52 million recorded in 2010 and the $616 …

Tags:Europe| Large Display Monitor| MEA (Middle East & Africa)| OTT Video| Vol 22 - Issue 30

LGD to Invest $906 Million in G6 OLED Fab

by Helen Vince

LG Display (LGD) is to invest KRW1 trillion ($906 million) in a 6G flexible OLED production line at its Gumi Plant in Gyeongbuk Province, Korea. The new line will produce 7,500 input sheets per …

Tags:Investment| LG Displays (LGD)| Mobile Display Monitor| OLED Fabs| Vol 22 - Issue 30

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Storm kicks off intensive expansion with three new London sites

by Helen Vince

Next month, Clear Channel UK’s premium digital brand, Storm, will add three new sites in London, at Billingsgate, Lambeth and Shoreditch. These new additions bring Storm’s current portfolio to 20, of which 19 are …

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Fujitsu loses Hans-Dieter Wysuwa

by Helen Vince

Fujitsu Germany has announced the retirement of Hans-Dieter Wysuwa, who will leave the company in September. Wysuwa has been with Fujitsu for 25 years, most recently serving as executive VP Products and Technology at …

Tags:Fujitsu| Germany| Large Display Monitor| People| Recruitment & Appointments| Vol 22 - Issue 30

Reflecta Wall Mount Works on Curved TVs

by Bob Raikes

Reflecta GmbH of Germany has developed a new Plexo Curved 65-6040T TV wall mount that can mount TVs from 32″ to 65″ and up to 45kg between 74 and 514mm from the wall. A …

Tags:Curved Displays| Display Mounts| Large Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 30

No Consensus on OLED TV Panels

by Helen Vince

According to a Korean news source, there are differing views between Chinese and Korean panel manufacturers about the benefits of OLED over LCD panels for TVs. ZDNet Korea quotes Hisense’s chairman, Zhou Houjian, as …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| OLED TVs| Vol 22 - Issue 30

Vizio Partners with Powerhouse Alliance

by Helen Vince

Having broken into the US TV market with its M Series and P Series of 4k TVs, Vizio is now partnering with the Powerhouse Alliance of regional sellers which serve specialty retail and CI …

Tags:Distribution| Large Display Monitor| Vizio| Vol 22 - Issue 30

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Landmark Entertainment Look at Virtual Reality for a Theme Park in China

by Norbert Hildebrand

Landmark Entertainment Group is known for creating theme park attractions like Kongfrontation, Terminator 2 3D, and The Amazing Adventures of Spider-Man 5D at Universal Studios. Now it has developed a design concept for the …

Tags:Augmented Reality| Mobile Display Monitor| Theme Parks and Amusements| Virtual Reality| Vol 22 - Issue 30

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VW Adopts HUD for New Passat Models

by Norbert Hildebrand

Head Up Displays (HUD) are moving more and more into the mainstream car market. The latest entrance comes from VW. Of course, as VW owns Audi, it already offers HUDs in these models, but …

Tags:Automotive| Head Up Displays HUDs| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 22 - Issue 30

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What Apple Means for the Tech Sector and for Investors

by Norbert Hildebrand

Since the release of the latest quarterly result data from Apple, the stock has fallen around $5 per share or about 4.5% in one day’s trading. Of course, this comes after an investors call …

Tags:Apple| Apple Watch (iWatch)| iPhone| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| Opinion| Vol 22 - Issue 30

25.5″ Display Now Airborne

by Bob Raikes

IEE of Van Nuys, California, said that its 25.5″ 1920 x 1200 rugged LCD monitor has been approved and qualified to MIL-STD 810G, and has started production. The monitor was developed with BAE Systems …

Tags:Avionics| Large Display Monitor| Rugged Displays| Vol 22 - Issue 30

Samsung Set Uses USB CAM in Indonesia

by Bob Raikes

Irdeto, Samsung and SMiT have jointly developed a new “Direct-2-TV (D2TV)” set for pay-TV in the Indonesian market without needing an STB as it uses SMiT’s USB CAM. The package is being offered by …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Security| TVs (TV Sets)| Vol 22 - Issue 30