HD stakeholders conference

September 2004
Multichannel News;9/27/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 39, special section p1A
The article presents information related to the High Definition (HD) Stakeholder Conference September 2004, which took place from September 22 and 23 in Hollywood, California. This HDTV Stakeholders Conference supplement is a special project focused on educating these constituencies such as retail, consumer electronics, cable operators, cable programmers, broadcasters, Hollywood producers and studios about the key issues facing HDTV deployment today. The supplement reflects interest in breaking down the barriers between these groups, to create a more meaningful dialog to advance the cause of HDTV. Senior executives from these groups will join seven sponsors to discuss, explore and find solutions to the problems that face HD deployment today.


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