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Sony A9F OLED and X9F LED TV

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Comcast, DirecTV to Deliver 4K HDR Olympics Coverage

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“NBCUniversal has announced that as part of its coverage of 2018 XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea it will make 4K high dynamic range (HDR) broadcasts of Friday’s opening ceremony and several high-profile events available to cable, satellite, telco providers, and other partners, marking the first time an Olympics event will be broadcast with color and contrast enhancing HDR technology.”

 

 

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LG Demonstrates High Frame Rate 4K Broadcasting

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“The new broadcast technology is said to significantly improve the quality of 4K Ultra HD delivery by increasing frame rate to 120 frames per second (FPS), the maximum for broadcast and more than twice that of typically broadcast content, making it particularly beneficial for fast-action sports. HFR is said to eliminate image degrading motion blur and judder to produce “highly fluid” images.”

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T-Mobile Announces Free DirecTV Now Promotion for AT&T Customers

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“T-Mobile has announced the launch of a special DirecTV Now promotion. As part of the deal, AT&T Wireless customers who switch to the Un-carrier with T-Mobile ONE can now receive a free year of DirectTV’s new streaming video service, DirecTV Now.”

 

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Basketball fans can catch the first live 4K broadcast

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“Beyond tonight’s Denver Nuggets vs. Utah Jazz matchup, DirecTV plans to announce additional 4K Ultra HD NBA broadcasts in the future. And outside of traditional satellite service, the company also recently launched its new DirecTV Now streaming TV platform. The service offers live sports, on demand content, premium channels, popular shows, and hit movies through various supported tablets, smartphones, media players, and TVs. Here’s a rundown of current plans:”

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Will Your TV Be Compatible With ATSC 3.0 Broadcast HDR?

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“In developing the next broadcast standard, the ATSC has consulted with various groups from other industries, including the Ultra HD Alliance, an association for TV manufacturers, content producers and broadcasters. The Alliance has already selected 1,000 nits of peak luminance as the minimum for a “premium” 4K Ultra HD LED LCD TV with HDR and at most 0.05 nits for black level (540 nits of peak luminance and 0.0005 nits of black level for OLED TVs).”

 

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