HDTV - Deja Vu All Over Again
By C R Ellsworth
This will be a greater leap in the quality of the home entertainment experience than even the change from black-and-white TV to color, or Hi-Fi to Stereo, or AM to FM. HDTV, in addition to picture and sound will also deliver data services, such as electronic program guides or information related to the programs you watch. Local broadcast stations broadcasting in HD will be able to broadcast one extra high quality picture, or several separate camera angles equal to today’s pictures. HDTV will offer the opportunity to develop sophisticated services that meet consumer demand for flexibility and convenience.
It will not work on regular analog televisions since these sets don’t support the interfaces required for HDTV signals. After February 17th of 2009 local analog TV channels will stop transmitting, everything else connected to your analog TV will continue to work.
By the time HDTV is wide spread, movies will be on the shelves, playable on Blu-ray, HD DVD or both, depending on which way the format wars go.
In cities across the nation stations have already begun broadcasting an HDTV signal,
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