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11.03.2004
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
HD Expo to focus on opportunities, barriers to high-def expansion

HD Expo ’04 opens Thursday, Nov. 4, in Los Angeles, bringing together many of the people behind the growing high-definition television market.

The exposition will run from 1 p.m.- 9:30 p.m. at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.

The panels slated for the exposition, include:

  • Global HD Hot Spots: The opportunities, enablers and barriers;
  • Advertising Dollars: A look at the role of technology, product placement and the impact of TiVo;
  • Reality Television: Does technology impact the creative process?
  • HDTV: The Past, Present and Future: A look at the history of HDTV and the future integration of HD systems into digital cinema and theater networks;
  • Special HDTV features: Never-before-seen video from a NASA Apollo mission and footage of SpaceShipOne, the recent winner of the $10 million X Prize, in HD.

HD Expo ’04 also will include an exhibit of new HD products and technology.

For more information, visit www.hdexpo.net

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