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Summary: Four to 15-year-olds are shunning the TV set -- what are the implications for agencies and broadcasters?
Digital TV availability and programming should continue to expand in Croatia and should remain a driver of TV set upgrades.
Patience is the new manna among Internet companies (Incos) and TV set manufacturers.
Russian IPTV headend manufacturer NetUP announced on Friday that it is now ready to offer an IPTV solution with no IP set-top boxes needed for its new Android-based IP STB integrated TV set.
The new standards are expected to save Californians between $18 and $30 a year per TV set in energy costs.
Echo, February 2) with interest as I also don't have a TV set and have had similar problems with the TV licence people myself.
This simple fact speaks volumes about Americans, from our economic stability that allows luxuries such as a TV set in every room, to our reliance on the boob tube.
However, 76 percent of respondents said they will not replace their TV sets unless they are broken while 50 percent said they will buy a new TV set only after the new service is launched.
On July 20 Morris went through the tills with a TV set on a trolley.
The availability of main components such as colored picture tubes (CRT) make the country's TV set product more competitive.
With the average price of a TV set in 2001 at $256 according to the Consumer Electronics Association, that is a large differential.
Thirty-five years ago, you could see him at the Galeria Bonino in Manhattan translating the sedate electrons of a broadcast sitcom into swerving linear conundrums by manipulating a magnet on top of a TV set.