By CE Pro Editors · June 7, 2011 • The mount manufacturer is ramping up its team with the promotion of Dwight Jenkins and hiring of Tony Mascia.
By Jason Knott · March 22, 2011 • Company announces it will focus on larger DLP HDTVs, close two offices and reduce staff at a factory in Mexico.
By CE Pro Editors · January 10, 2011 • Rocky Mountain region rep firm took on the dnp Supernova screen line in July 2010 and was recognized during CES 2011.
By Jason Knott · December 30, 2010 • He calls 3D and Google TV "stillborn" technologies because the vendors have chosen the big-box channel vs. the custom channel to debut them.
By Jason Knott · December 30, 2010 • Researchers speculate, however, that if connected TV market continues to grow, the download traffic could cripple the Internet infrastructure.
By CE Pro Editors · December 15, 2010 • Veterans John Homlish and Paul Norton join the company in sales roles while Bruce Fairchild is promoted to new marketing position.
By John Vitsur · December 10, 2010 • When clients are considering media concealment, there are many things to consider. Here are six keys to discuss.
By CE Pro Editors · November 22, 2010 • Catalog of flat panel concealment systems can now be downloaded for free.
By Julie Jacobson · May 26, 2010 • During fiscal year ended April 30, TV sales at D&H Distributing rose 12%; Company anticipates strong sales this year of 3D, IP and LED displays as consumers relegate older sets to secondary viewing areas.
By Julie Jacobson · November 20, 2009 • The California Energy Commission's ruling treats all TVs the same, regardless of the application: hospitals, digital signage, or your bedroom TV. California retailers will suffer.
By Steve Crowe · November 19, 2009 • CEDIA released a statement saying it is "outraged by the adoption of the unnecessary and harmful regulation regarding the California TV energy efficiency standard the CEC chose to adopt."
By Steve Crowe · November 18, 2009 • "CEA is extremely disappointed in the CEC's decision to regulate TV energy use. Simply put, this is bad policy - dangerous for the California economy, dangerous for technology innovation and dangerous for consumer freedom."
By CE Pro Editors · November 18, 2009 • California Energy Commission approves nation's first efficiency regulations for TVs up to 58 inches. Stricter standards start Jan. 1, 2011.