When the lights go up on the Democratic presidential debate (the Iowa Brown and Black Forum) this Saturday, all the cameras will be HD. What's more, HDNet
is the exclusive national broadcaster of the event. With YouTube becoming standard fare in the presidential debates, we're glad to see a swing to the opposite side of the video quality spectrum. Granted, picture quality is not essential to the debate and maybe it even detracts from the point of the event; but still it's nice to see more HD-exclusive content, right? One thing's for sure, even if the candidates are able to hide behind "softball" questions and couched answers, there's no hiding
a bad makeup job or nervous tick from HD cameras!