NPD DisplaySearch announced it expects global demand for televisions to be flat in 2013.
IHS announced it reckons that the average retail price of flat panel televisions available in the U.S. rose to the highest level in two-and-a-half years during the second quarter of 2012.
ABI Research announced it reckons that price and screen size will severely limit organic light emitting diode (OLED) TV sales for the foreseeable future.
NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts that consumers in emerging markets will drive TV sales over the next year.
NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts that shipments of LCD TVs will grow at a slower pace in 2012 with the overall TV market declining over last year.
IHS announced it reckons that flat-panel TV prices in the U.S. surged in early 2012 due to a shift in strategy by brands and retailers.
IHS announced it reckons that Samsung Electronics accounted for nearly one-quarter of U.S. LCD TV shipments in the final three months of 2011.
IHS announced it forecasts that U.S. flat-panel TV shipments will drop for the first time on an annual basis in 2012, ending an unbroken string of growth since the market began.
Consumer Reports announced that it has published its latest ratings of 142 Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) and plasma televisions.
NPD DisplaySearch announced its sees a greater number of television manufacturers rolling out direct LED backlights in an attempt to reduce the price of LED-backlit TVs.
IHS iSuppli announced that U.S. shipments of LED-backlit LCD televisions in the third quarter of 2011 surpassed those of rival sets employing Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFLs).
Panasonic announced its 2012 Smart VIERA range of LED/LCD high definition and 3D televisions at CES 2012.
Toshiba’s Digital Products Division announced its new lineup of LCD LED TVs at CES 2012.
NPD DisplaySearch announced it forecasts that worldwide LCD TV shipments will rise from 206 million units in 2011 to 225 million units in 2012.
IHS iSuppli announced it reckons that the difficult economy, coupled with frantic efforts among television manufacturers to boost year-end sales, drove down the price of U.S. flat-panel TVs to their lowest level in eight months in November.