Because there haven't been enough consumer
studies released regarding HDTVs. Kagan Research
is back with another high priced
technology report and as usual
, we're reporting on it.
The big news here? For the first time ever, they expect high definition televisions to make up the majority of TV's
sold ithis year. As prices continue to slide and programming continues to increase, more and more people replacing
their existing televisions will pick up HDTVs.
All this will add up to 20 million HDTVs sold this year, and
104 million by 2008. Broadcasters, electronics manufacturers, content producers, the consumers are out here waiting,
just give us what we want, more HD content and more ways to view it. My rant is over for the day.