Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Sony and Samsung's Big HDTV Bet

So what's behind the billion-dollar arms race for these HDTV suppliers? The future looks too bright for TV makers to ignore. According to a recent study from Dallas-based research Parks Associates, HDTV sales will surpass $65 billion by 2009, when federal law requires broadcasters to end transmission of grainy analog programming.

From the article "Sony and Samsung's Big HDTV Bet," by Cliff Edwards."

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