Recent Posts tagged with Consumer Electronics Show

Networks Face Reailty with 3D TV Plans

Following the all-3D-all-the-time 2010 Consumer Electronics Show, networks must now face the cold reality of exactly what to do now when it comes to 3D TV. Several networks have already announced plans for 3D TV, including ESPN, DirecTV, and Discovery, but content for these channels is still far from complete. Broadcasting & Cable reports that […]  More

The Future of 3D: Ten Questions To Ponder

The central hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center put 3D display (and even production) technologies front and center at CES last week, proving just how serious consumer-electronics manufacturers are about 3D. But as Betamax, Super Audio CD, and HD-DVD have shown earlier, just because the industry says “this is what you want,” that doesn’t […]  More

CES in Review: Beyond 3D

The Consumer Electronics Show is fading in the memory banks, but the announcements are just beginning to sink in. And surprisingly, while 3D may have been the hot topic at the show, other announcements and trends could have just as much, if not bigger, impact on sports content distribution and new revenue streams. Even better? […]  More

CES 2010: 3D TV Wrap-Up

The 2010 Consumer Electronics Show is well into everyone’s rearview mirror at this point, so it is finally time to take a step back take a long look at all this 3D TV talk. CNET offers an overview of exactly what all the CES buzz means for the future of 3D TV as well as […]  More

CES 2010: Higher Turnout Than 2009 Show

After a down year in 2009, the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show drew 120,000 attendees.  According to Broadcasting & Cable, the 2010 number is well above the 113,085 attendees counted in 2009, but well below the 141,150-person headcount in 2009 before the global recession hit. The show was highlighted by 3D TVs, Internet-enabled TVs, Mobile DTV […]  More

3D TV Roundup: Glasses-Free Technology Still Far From Perfect

Everyone got a long look at some glasses-free 3D at CES in Las Vegas and while the technology is still far from perfect, it remains chalked full of promise. Endgadet reports that Intel’s demo of glasses-free 3D provided, “loads of depth, and everything appeared buttery smooth,” but only from certain angles. The full 3D experience […]  More

Japan’s Leading TV Providers to Offer 3D Programming

Two of Japan’s top satellite and cable broadcasters are currently working on 3D programming that is expected to hit the airwaves as early as this summer, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Sky Perfect TV is set to meet with production companies this month to explore plans for 3D movies and sports programming for its existing […]  More

CES 2010: Panasonic Unveils Revolutionary All-in-One 3D Camera

In what looks to be one of the more groundbreaking camera releases in recent memory, Panasonic has announced that it will release the world’s first professional, fully integrated HD 3D camcorder this fall. Unveiled at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, the Full HD 3D camcorder integrates two cameras into a single rig, […]  More

CES 2010: Harris Assists in Mobile DTV Demonstrations

Harris Broadcast Communications will support several live ATSC Mobile DTV demonstrations designed to exhibit the viability of digital mobile broadcasting to consumers and receiver manufacturers at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Harris will support over-the-air broadcasts for Las Vegas digital TV stations KLAS-DT (CBS affiliate) and KVMY (MyNetworkTV affiliate) at the Open […]  More

CES 2010: Sony Unveils Bravia LX900 with 3D Functionality

Sony announced more than 38 HDTV models at its Consumer Electronics Show press conference in Las Vegas Wednesday, but the focus of the show was on 3D.  Various 3D products were previewed throughout and Sony was announced as the official sponsor of ESPN’s new 3D network. The Bravia LX900 led the way for Sony with […]  More

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