We may have3-D going out via cable and satellite, but South Korea (the Korea we like) is the first to deliver 3-D television over the air. Broadcasting will start in the next few weeks, and will feature full fledged high-definition 3-D video from all four of the country’s land-based television stations.
At 53 percent, we're well over the halfway point for HDTV ownership, according to the latest Nielson report. It's great to see that high definition television owners are still in the majority, and that the number is continuing to climb, but there's one trend that's just a bit odd.
As anyone who's jumped on the web based video bandwagon knows, there are a few things you'll have to give up. Up until Vudu's HDX debut, video quality was one of those things, but it's only one of the hurdles that digital distribution has to clear.
So many new televisions, receivers and Blu-ray players coming with YouTube access baked right in, and with the exception of a few decent resolution concerts you can find on the service, there’s the nagging problem of content. Sure “Charlie Bit Me” is funny, but does it need to be 60” and 7.1 channels of funny?