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  • Hisakazu Torii, Paul Gagnon | November 24, 2015
    TV promotions are critical for many retailers on Black Friday due to the blockbuster nature of the price points and desire by many holiday shoppers to purchase. We have taken a look at all the major promotions for TVs this year, and give you our take on what it means.
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  • Bing Zhang | November 23, 2015
    Aside from traditional Chinese shopping holidays, such as Chinese New Years and Golden Week, several new shopping holidays have appeared in China in recent years. Most of these are created by Chinese retailers as a way of encouraging more frequent promotions, particularly for online sales. Singles' Day is one such shopping holiday, falling on 11/11, and created by e-commerce retailer Alibaba. This year, sales grew 60% from from 2014, with newcomer TV brand LeTV holding top market share.
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  • Raphaela Lynn | November 19, 2015
    Sky unveils its new Sky Q multimedia home gateway set-top boxes UK Satellite pay TV and ISP provider Sky has announced its new Sky Q set-top box family. The new product range, set to launch early 2016, features two flavours of multimedia home gateways (MHG): the standard box “Sky Q” and its premium equivalent “Sky Q Silver”, there is also a companion thin client branded the “Sky Q Mini”...


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  • Daniel Knapp | November 27, 2015
    At Medientage Muenchen, Germany's leading media conference, IHS hosted a panel debate on the future of TV with senior leaders from RTL, Mediaset, MTG and Google. IHS's Daniel Knapp set the scene with this presentation about the changing ecosystem of TV, ad tech and YouTube MCNs.
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  • Stephanie Gibbons | October 23, 2015
    This report is part of a series of Insight Reports produced by the Connectivity & IoT Group at IHS. It analyzes the Bluetooth adoption rate across a range of consumer-facing applications, specifically automotive infotainment, consumer electronics, health and wellness, mobile handsets and the smart home.
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  • Paul Gagnon | November 30, 2015
    The TV Sets (LED & Frame Rate) Market Tracker consists of a comprehensive worldwide pivot database and two reports: a worldwide historical shipment analysis report focusing on recent results and implications, as well as a forecast report detailing the updated global TV market outlook, all delivered on a quarterly basis.
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  • Ken Park | November 30, 2015
    The TV Sets Shipment Tracker Database contains shipment and shipment area data across display type, screen size, manufacturer, and resolution on a global level. The database contains historic data from January 2012 to the last month and forecasts 3 months forward from the previous month.
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  • Abhi Mallick | November 25, 2015
    The “TV Sets Domestic Consumption by Feature – Country Level” database provides by country level installed base, shipments, domestic consumption, revenues and TV households for 86 countries across 8 regions including Asia Pacific, China, Eastern Europe, Japan, Latin America, Middle East and Africa, North America and Western Europe. It also provides further detail by display technology, resolution format, smart TV, 3D-capability, backlight and frame rate.
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  • Daniel Simmons, Merrick Kingston, Raphaela Lynn | October 16, 2015
    This presentation provides a clear overview of the major trends and dynamics across the Set-Top Box and OTT/Multiscreen landscape, it examines the rationale behind the emergence of new business models, vendor consolidation and technological developments such as UHD.
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  • Hisakazu Torii | August 04, 2015
    Japanese TV brands have gradually been losing market share in TV markets around the world over the few years. This has forced many to re-evaluate their business models and pursue licensing deals with other manufacturers, and move away from TV manufacturing. The latest in this line of Japanese TV brands are Toshiba and Sharp, as highlighted in this presentation.
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  • Jeff Lin | July 24, 2015
    Worldwide Mobile PC shipments are expected to be 403 million units by the end of the year, down from last quarter’s forecast of 424 million units. This was primarily due to weaker than expected demand in Q1-15, along with a downward revision of expectations for Notebook PC replacement demand from the introduction of Windows 10.
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  • Analyst photo placeholder Senior Analyst, Consumer Devices & Professional Video
    Andrew joined IHS in February 2008 and works as a senior analyst researching professional video technology. He has co-authored a major report on the global broadcast and media technology industry for the IABM and has worked on many bespoke consultancy projects covering broadcast and media technology all over the world.
  • Icon Principal Analyst, Consumer Devices
    Jusy Hong is the principal analyst for TV set research at IHS. He is responsible for leading TV research team and PDP panel research as well as large area LCD. Jusy also coordinates wider consumer electronics research in Asia.
  • Icon Senior Analyst, Consumer Devices
    Kathleen Zhang is responsible for research in the Chinese and Taiwanese TV markets and vendors, including creating and implementing industry surveys, market sizing and forecasting and evaluating the impact of broad market factors on television demands.

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