Live From CES 2018: 4K, HDR, VR, ATSC 3.0, Voice Assistants, and Smart TVs Dominate Early Vegas Headlines
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The 2018 CES Show isn’t even half over, and there has already been a host of big announcements and new-product releases that will greatly impact the sports-video-production industry.
From Intel CEO Brian Krzanich’s Opening Keynote focused on sports-production (including the announcement of 50+ hours of VR content at the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics) to the official approval of ATSC 3.0 standards to a host of 4K and HDR TVs from Sony, Panasonic, Samsung, LG, Hisense, TCL, and others, it has been an exciting show. And today, Turner Sports kicks off its two-day Sports Business Innovation event at the show. Here’s a look at SVG’s coverage from the show thus far. Stay tuned for more sports-focused news from CES in the coming days.
- Complete ATSC 3.0 Suite Officially Approved; OTA Trials To Begin Later This Year
- PyeongChang 2018: NBC Olympics, Intel To Deliver 50+ Hours of Live VR Coverage
- Samsung Goes Modular With ‘The Wall’ MicroLED TV Tech, Unveils 8K Upscaling TV
- Sony Looks To Build on Successful 2017 With New 4K HDR Sets, Dolby Atmos Sound Bars
- Panasonic Unveils First-Ever OLED TVs To Support HDR10+ Dynamic Metadata
- Fox, Panasonic, and Samsung To Launch HDR10+ Platform With ‘Nominal Administrative Fee’
- LG Puts Focus on HDR, AI With Latest Lineup of OLED, LCD TVs
- Hisense, Fox Sports Partner Up for Exclusive 2018 World Cup Smart TV App
- TCL, Roku Bolster Relationship With New Smart TVs, Smart Soundbar
- SportsTech@CES 2018 Roundup: 4K HDR TVs Get Larger, Voice Assistants Get Smarter