Who is running the show

Who is running the show - Who is running the show? In 2006...

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Who is running the show? In 2006 the HDTV market reached a $25 billion dollar all time high. (ABI, 2006) Major market holders like Sony, Panasonic, Hitachi, and Sharp where the leaders when HDTV was a fresh market, however, these days most smaller companies can make these TVs just as well. Competition between major companies is very high and the result is that HDTV prices are expected to drop to become very affordable very quickly. (Mello, 2006) The competition between these major companies has major benefits for the consumer. These benefits include a much broader choice selection of hardware including HDTV, recording device, and receiver box. With the emergence of the no name brands, prices of HDTV units will be extremely cheap. One bitter sweet benefit of the high competition level is that new features will come and go like fashion trends which is true in every venue of the technology race. Consumers are at risk of wasting their money on features that cannot really be used with other
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