Winslow, George
December 2009
Multichannel News;12/14/2009, Vol. 30 Issue 46, p14
The article reports on the challenges that high definition (HD) technology should be tackled as the number of consumers who are confused in relation to HD are rising in the U.S. According to a market survey HD sets are still in demand in which in 2010 there will be 41.3 million be sold compare to 37.6 million in 2008. According to the survey by Frank N. Magid Associates Inc., there are 14 million consumers who do not receive HD television service.


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