HDTV Magazine Releases The State of HDTV Technology, 2006 Review, and CES Report

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The highly anticipated HDTV Technology Review 2006, by Rodolfo La Maestra, is now available in both a PDF downloadable file for immediate access or a printed version deliverable within days. The report is a comprehensive (and searchable) desk reference detailing all existing and near-future HDTV technologies and H/DTV products.

The much anticipated HDTV Technology Review 2006, by Rodolfo La Maestra, is now available in both a PDF downloadable file for immediate access or a printed version deliverable within days.

“You might think you have the whole story about HDTV until you thumb through its amazing 207 fact-filled pages,” said publisher and HDTV pioneer Dale Cripps.

The report is a comprehensive (and searchable) desk reference detailing all existing and near-future HDTV technologies and H/DTV products.

“It provides a clear explanation of the present and emerging HDTV technologies incorporated in these products,” said co-publisher, Shane Sturgeon, “as well as a seasoned assessment of their respective strengths and weaknesses and their likely market successes or failures.”

From politics to markets, the La Maestra report delivers unerringly the entire state of the H/DTV industry.

Who should have this report? “That’s easy,” said Cripps, “If you are a professional in television, movies, displays, distribution or any part of the retail chain, you owe it to yourself to own a copy. If you are a passionate evangelist for HDTV from any of the diversified business or cultural sectors, the report is perfectly suited to you. And, for those consumers who demand the best in information they need look no further, for they have found the mother lode.”

Link to Publication: http://www.hdtvmagazine.com/reports/hdtv-technology-review.php

Several sections of this year's report have been made available at the above link at no cost. They include:

  • Introduction & Table of Contents
  • 1080p into HDTV Displays
  • Digital Connectivity - Tutorial
  • Glossary of H/DTV Terms

Also available at no cost on the magazine’s website are the complete downloadable versions of the 2003, 2004, and/or 2005 La Maestra Reports:

  • State of HDTV Technology and CES 2005

  • State of HDTV Technology and CES 2004
  • State of HDTV Technology and CES 2003

About author

Rodolfo La Maestra is the Senior Technical Director at HDTV Magazine. Rodolfo has participated in the HDTV vision since the late 1980's when HDTV was proposed as an analog system. In the late 1990's, he began tracking and reviewing HDTV related technologies and hundreds of consumer products, which prompted him in 2002 to pioneer the authoring of the annual State of H/DTV Technology report, which encompasses all HDTV related equipment including Hi-def DVD, content providers, distribution systems (broadcast, cable, satellite), government, standards, connectivity, content protection, H/DTV tuners and DVRs, etc.

About HDTV Magazine

HDTV Magazine is the website for those who love HDTV. Our roots go back to 1984, when Dale Cripps founded The HDTV Newsletter, a dedicated professional publication distributed into 24 countries to those first developing HDTV. On November 16, 1998, The HDTV Newsletter became the first online publication dedicated to HDTV -- HDTV Magazine. On March 1st, 2005, HDTV Magazine was re-launched as HDTV Magazine, Ltd., reflecting a partnership formed between Dale Cripps (Founder) and Shane Sturgeon (Chief Technologist). Please see http://www.hdtvmagazine.com for more information.

Media contact:    Dale Cripps - (800) 568-4388.

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