"DisplaySearch has consistently exceeded expectations with their well-rounded HDTV conference programs and this year looks to be no different. I look forward to seeing all of the serious professionals in this electrifying movement there this year." Dale Cripps, HDTV Magazine
DisplaySearch HDTV Conference Early Bird Registration and Hotel Rate Ends July 31: Register Now to See the Future of Television
AUSTIN, Texas, July 25, 2005 - DisplaySearch, the worldwide leader in flat panel display market research and consulting, encourages attendees to register now for its upcoming DisplaySearch HDTV Conference 2005. The registration price will increase by $100 on August 1, so hurry to register online at www.displaysearch.com/hdtvconference.
The event will take place August 23-24 at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles and will kick off with a 'sneak preview' cocktail reception for attendees on August 22 in the exhibit area. Attendees are also encouraged to reserve their room directly with the hotel by calling 310-274-7777. The special conference rate of $175/night is only available until July 31 or until the room block is filled.
With over 300 attendees anticipated, this third annual event will provide two days of content-rich sessions, exhibits and networking opportunities, covering all segments of the TV food chain.
Participating in this year's event are movie studios, broadcast and cable networks, broadcast equipment manufacturers, satellite and cable companies, TV retailers, TV manufacturers, panel/imager suppliers, TV electronics producers and market and financial analysts. For more information on the conference agenda, please visit www.displaysearch.com/hdtvconference/agenda.htm.
Confirmed presenters/panelists include representatives from the following companies:
Session 3-Lessons from the Channel
Session 4-The Global TV Market: HD Policy Update and Outlook
DAY 1: Session 1-Expanding Current and Next Generation HD Content
Greg Gudorf, Vice President of Marketing, Home Products Division, Sony
Jeff Cove, Vice President, Technology and Alliances, Panasonic
Gold: Analog Devices, ATI Technologies, Gennum, Syntax Groups and Zoran
Silver: Delta Electronics and LG.Philips LCD
Bronze: Silicon Optix
Media: CustomRetailer, Dealerscope, HDTV Magazine, highdef Magazine, Home Theater Magazine, HomeToys, Stereophile, Ultimate AV and Widescreen Review
To register for $1,495 by July 31, please visit the official conference website at www.displaysearch.com/hdtvconference. Sponsorships and exhibitor opportunities are still available. Please call Kendra Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or 512-459-3126 x107 for more information.
DisplaySearch has a core team of 29 employees located in North America and Asia who produce a valued suite of market forecasts, technology assessments, surveys, studies and analyses, and they organize influential industry events worldwide. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, DisplaySearch has regional operations in Chicago, Hong Kong, Houston, Kyoto, San Diego, San Jose, Seoul, Shenzhen, Taipei and Tokyo, and the company is on the web at www.displaysearch.com.
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Posted by Dale Cripps, July 25, 2005 12:04 PM
About Dale CrippsDale Cripps is a professional journalist who has focused two thirds of his career on the subject of high-definition television. Upon completing his education in business and service in the military he formed Cripps and Associates, South Pasadena, California, in 1964, which operated as a market-development company for aerospace services. In 1983 he turned to television and began what has become a 20 year campaign to pioneer HDTV. For fifteen of those years he published the well-regarded HDTV Newsletter (an international monthly written for television professionals). During much of this same time he also served as the HDTV-Technical Editor for "Widescreen Review Magazine." On November 16, 1998 he launched the Internet distributed HDTV Magazine, which remains the only consumer publication devoted exclusively to high-definition television. In April of 2002 he co-founded with Tedson Meyers of Coudert Bros, the High-definition Television Association of America, which is presently based in Washington DC. Cripps is the president of this organization. Mr. Cripps is a charter member of the Academy of Digital Television Pioneers and honored by that organization with the DTV Press Leadership Award of 2002. He makes his home in Oregon.