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...

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.

TV industry executives in Amsterdam for the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC), Europe’s biggest broadcasting trade show, say HDTV could also prove a “bonanza for consumer electronics manufacturers” as the European market appears ready to accept the new technology.

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