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SVG Special Report: Fox Sports Readies for Landmark FS1 Launch

The launch of a brand-new 24-hour cable sports network is a monumental undertaking. But having to do it while simultaneously running a major network sports department within the same facility — now that’s a challenge. Welcome to the prodigious task that Fox Sports Media Group has faced over the past seven months: wholly revamping its […]  More

CES 2013: It’s All About Connectivity

By Michael Silbergleid, SVG Contributing Editor The big picture at CES (aside from the vibrating fork that tells you when you are eating too fast and has become the darling of the popular press) is connectivity. The ability to connect everything to everything wirelessly and to share or move media content between devices: that’s what […]  More

CES 2013: Smart TVs Easier To Use, Display Resolution Keeps Climbing

By Michael Silbergleid, SVG Contributing Editor At CES this week, the trend is about making complex, connected smart TVs easier for users, especially with second-screen interaction and integration with smartphones and tablets. That push was across the board with LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sharp, and Sony, but Sony President/CEO Kazuo Hirai had an ace up his […]  More

CEATEC 2012 in Review: All Abuzz About 4K and 8K, But Where Is the Content?

A future-minded show like CEATEC is never short on its share of interesting new prototypes, space-age technological pipedreams, and, of course, robots. The 2012 edition of the show just outside Tokyo last week was no different, offering a glimpse into the future of consumer electronics and, to a degree, a guide for where live-production technologies […]  More

CEATEC 2012: Sharp Brings 4K to Life With New ICC Technology

Sharp is showcasing a parade of cutting-edge displays — both large and small — at its booth at the CEATEC show in Japan. Highlight of the exhibit is a 4K television featuring a new technology that the company says can “reproduce the cognitive process by which the human brain interprets light stimuli in natural scenery” […]  More

CES Report: Top Trends on Exhibit

The Consumer Electronics Show always offers an enticing mix of new products that will play pivotal roles in consumer-electronics showrooms, new products that will never see the light of day beyond the exhibition, and new concepts that hint at the future of content consumption. After two days wandering the show floor and exhibits, we still […]  More

CES 2010: Sharp Debuts QuadPixel Technology on Aquos TV Line

Sharp arrived at CES with a plethora of televisions to present, highlighted by the new Aquos LED LCD TV series featuring QuadPixel technology, which adds yellow to the typical RGB colors used by HDTVs.  The technology allows for more than a trillion colors to be displayed.  The Aquos line boasts a 1.6 inch thin frame […]  More

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