By Thomas Fletcher • Feb 2 2006, 1:50pm
This final part of Tom Fletcher's three-part series (begun Monday) highlights the HD Acquisition Television Show Productions of 2005.
The easy-to-read table contains the Network, Show Name, and Camera/Recording Format used.
Most of these entries may be known by you to be in HD, but your almost guaranteed to discover a few new ones.
There are a few more shows I'll be watching now that I know they're in HD.
By Thomas Fletcher • Feb 1 2006, 1:51pm
This second part of Tom Fletcher's three-part series (begun yesterday) highlights the Feature Films Shot or Released in HD in 2005 (in-whole or in-part).
The easy-to-read table contains the movie Title, Director, Director of Photography, and Recording Format used.
Put these at the top of your HD-DVD and Blu-ray lists this summer, as they'll be some of the best money can buy in terms of picture quality.
By Thomas Fletcher • Jan 31 2006, 10:00pm
In this article, the first in a three-part series, Tom Fletcher gives us a comprehensive overview of "HDTV in 2005".
It places on the calendar those events which have left an historical echo in our national transition to superior television.
Highlighting this progressive report on the health of HDTV are new HD channel launches, increased HD movie production, 1080p TV's, new HD cameras (both consumer and professional), and the arrival of HD console gaming (Xbox).
The year-end numbers for Digital Cinema and HDTV penetration are sure to impress those who still think that HDTV is slow to catch on.
A must-read for those with a careful eye on the HDTV phenomena.