ITU has announced a new standard for High Dynamic Range Television that represents a major advance in television broadcasting.
More than 11 million North American homes will own an Ultra HD TV by the end of 2016 as prices drop to increasingly affordable levels and 1080p models start to disappear entirely from large screen product line ups.
SES has announced the launch of a new Ultra HD test channel that will be used to transmit content of High Dynamic Range.
Switzerland’s national telco Swisscom will introduce an Ultra HD service on April 14, 2016.
LG Electronics is showing ‘super Ultra HD” TV sets featuring HDR Plus at the 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
High Dynamic Range (HDR) TV sets, offering enhanced brightness for a broader palette of light outputs and sparkling highlights, will soon be commonplace in the global UltraHD TV market.
Swiss telco Swisscom is introducing an Ultra HD set-top box for the customers of its IPTV platform Swisscom TV in spring 2016 along with on-demand and live sports content in 4K.
IBC 2015. Hall 13, Booth M5/M7. Technicolor and Elemental Technologies will demonstrate the world’s first broadcast delivery system of 4K UltraHD high dynamic range (HDR) video at IBC 2015.
This week at IFA 2015 in Berlin, LG Electronics (LG) will demonstrate High Dynamic Range (HDR)-enabled TV and broadcasting technologies in cooperation with a host of broadcasters and content providers.
Amazon will offer high dynamic range (HDR) content to members of its Prime Instant Video service in the UK, Germany, Austria, in addition to the US, where it was made available last June.