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CNN confirms HDTV as mainstream

by David Mercer | 9月 05, 2007

I noted back in May that news channels would soon come under pressure to move to HD, and sure enough CNN has made its move. The channel launched CNN HD on September 1st, which is basically a high def mirror of its standard definition US CNN feed. The notable phrase is "the company's global commitment to provide more news and information in that format (ie HD) for years to come". If anyone anywhere still doubts that HDTV is the future, this surely dispels those concerns. Over The Top or Round The Back? Exploring The Emerging Multi-Billion Web Video Landscape, Revenue Outlook and Adoption Scenarios Attend Strategy Analytics' Analyst Forum at IBC. Registration is Free. Add to Technorati Favorites
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