Monthly Archives: January 2011

Toshiba 40RV753 LCD TV Review

The Toshiba 40RV753 is the successor to the company’s Regza RV635 series of LCD TV back in 2009. Sadly, due to the economic turmoil and recent high net losses, Toshiba has withdrawn its traditional premium quality HDTV range from the western market, following in the footsteps of Sharp, JVC and Hitachi to concentrate their efforts in Japan and other Asian ... Read More »

Disney Promises 15 3D Blu-Ray Movies Including “Tron: Legacy” In 2011

Disney is a company that has continually embraced technological changes in the broadcast TV and media entertainment industry. Besides striking a deal that would provide programming from their Disney Channel, ESPN and ABC networks to Yahoo internet-connected televisions, The Walt Disney Company have announced that they would deliver, at minimum, fifteen 3D Blu-Ray movies in 2011. More than three million ... Read More »

More TV Makers Are Outsourcing LCD Panel Production To OEM/ODM Firms

While the number of LCD TVs being produced globally is expected to drop over the course of the next few months, OEM (original equipment manufacturer) and ODM (original design manufacturer) companies are actually ramping up their production of LCD TV panels, according to data published by market research firm DisplaySearch. This rise in monthly OEM/ODM shipments from the end of ... Read More »

Sony KDL32EX713 LED LCD TV Review

“LED TV” (or more descriptively, “LED LCD TV”) is the current trend from most flat-panel TV manufacturers. While video enthusiasts are irritated, sometimes outraged, by what they perceive to be a misleadingly named and superficially motivated product, it seems that a decent amount of consumers are happy to pay up for thinner, sleeker LCD TVs, even if the picture quality ... Read More »

BBC To Show F1 2011 In HD As FOM Starts Offering High-Definition Feeds

Formula One Management (FOM) – the company which holds the media distribution and promotional rights for F1-related content – has confirmed that all its partner broadcasters will be receiving high-definition feeds from live Formula 1 events throughout 2011. This is not just limited to the BBC in the UK, but pertains to every TV broadcaster which will be showing the ... Read More »