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Premier Mounts Shakes Up Sales Team

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.

Mitsubishi Exits LCD Market

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.

dnp Names Scowcroft Rep of the Year

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.

HTSA’s Glikes Chides Manufacturers for Ignoring Custom

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.

Study: Smart TVs Account for 21% of Shipments in 2010

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.

Sharp Names New Sales Management Positions

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.

6 Keys of TV Lifts

By John Vitsur · December 10, 2010 • When clients are considering media concealment, there are many things to consider. Here are six keys to discuss.

Media Decor Art and Frame Catalog on iTunes

By CE Pro Editors · November 22, 2010 • Catalog of flat panel concealment systems can now be downloaded for free.

Distributor: ‘Replacement Cycle’ Spurs New TV Sales

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.

California TV Ban Even Worse Than We Thought

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.

CEDIA ‘Outraged’ By California TV Ban

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."

CEA Reacts to California TV Ban

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."

California Passes Ban on Inefficient TVs

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.

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