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TV Shipments Drop Like a Rock

IHS announced it reckons that global TV shipments declined 8% (year over year) to 48 million units in the second quarter of 2015.

Gimmicks Don’t Sell TVs

NPD DisplaySearch announced its research suggests that consumers consider picture and sound quality, as well as price and ease of use, to be the most important factors when purchasing a replacement TV.

India Transitioning from CRT to LCD TV

NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts that LCD will be the sole TV display technology sold in India by 2016.

Plasma and CRT TVs Go Gentle Into That Good Night

NPD DisplaySearch announced it reckons that plasma and CRT TVs will all but disappear from the marketplace by the end of 2015.

Global TV Market Sinks, Again

IHS Technology announced it reckons that the global television market shrank again last year, down 6% from already soft 2012 levels.

China Shows Early Interest in 4K TV

NPD DisplaySearch announced it expects 4K TV shipments within China to lead all other regions of the world by a combined by a factor of three in 2014.

Television Sales Tank

IHS Inc. announced it forecasts that global shipments of televisions will slide to 226.7 million units in 2013, down from 238.2 million in the previous year.

China Leads LCD TV Shipment Growth

NPD DisplaySearch announced that global LCD TV shipments increased 4% (Y/Y) in the first quarter of 2013 to 44.8 million units, led by strong growth in China.

Global TV Shipments Continue Decline

NPD DisplaySearch announced it reckons that global TV shipments declined for the second straight quarter, falling 8% year over year in Q2 2012.

Emerging Markets to Drive TV Sales

NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts that consumers in emerging markets will drive TV sales over the next year.

Households Continue to Replace Older TVs

NPD DisplaySearch announced its latest study suggests that, over the past year, the global TV replacement cycle decreased from 8.4 to 6.9 years.

TV Shipments Rise in Q3 2011

DisplaySearch announced that manufacturers shipped 62 million TVs in the third quarter of 2011, up 3.7% year over year and a 12% increase from the second quarter.

TV Shipments Hold Steady in 2011

DisplaySearch announced it forecasts that total TV shipments will not grow from 2010 to 2011 and hold steady at 248 million units.

Consumers Replacing TVs Faster Than Ever

DisplaySearch announced that, according to its latest research, consumers around the globe now replace their TVs at a much faster rate than in the past.

TV Shipments Soften in Q3 2010

DisplaySearch announced that after several quarters of mid-20% year-over-year (Y/Y) growth, the pace of global TV shipment growth slowed to 9% in Q3 2010.