Europe To Join Rest Of World By Ignoring HDTV

Europe To Join Rest Of World By Ignoring HDTV
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Although HDTV services already exist in Japan, US, Canada, Australia and South Korea, Europe has some catching up to do, the BBC reports. Japan is the TV technology leader, but...

Guy Brighton
  • 14 september 2004

Although HDTV services already exist in Japan, US, Canada, Australia and South Korea, Europe has some catching up to do, the BBC reports. Japan is the TV technology leader, but the global HD market is focused in the US where more than 40 HD channels are on offer.

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