When the television first became common in households in the ‘50s, it was a marvel to be able to see a moving image on the tiny, black and white screen. Households began to watch content terrestrially, then cable and satellite television afforded access to hundreds of channels. Add things like on-demand and pay-per-view TV, along with VCRs and DVD players to the mix, and we were in entertainment heaven.
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Bell has confirmed that it's television and movie streaming service Crave has reached a milestone, with 2.3 million subscribers to date subscribing to access a long list of legacy, new, and original TV series, movies, comedy specials, and more.
At CEDIA Expo 2018 last September, Denon and Marantz announced the industry's first IMAX Enhanced audio products, the Denon AVR-X8500H and the Marantz AV8805, in conjunction with the IMAX Enhanced format launch. Now, the functionality is being expanded to additional models.
InFocus Corporation is re-introduces its ScreenPlay projector line for the residential market at ISE 2019, offering two models designed for watching everything from gaming to sports, movies, and standard TV.
At ISE 2019 in Amsterdam this week, Nortek Security & Control (NSC) has introduced a pair of new Elan Intelligent Touch Panels that use face recognition and voice control technology to control media, lighting, climate, shares, security, and more.
Christie is previewing its Christie View at ISE 2019, which offers a new way for multiple people to view content on the same screen, at the same time, using active 3D glasses.
Montreal-based SFM has been appointed the exclusive Canadian distributor for Dynamic Mounting, a Mooresville, NC-based manufacturer of AV mounts.
TekSavvy and its affiliate cable company Hastings Cable Vision has announced the launch of a new IPTV service, TekSavvy TV, in the Chatham-Kent region of Ontario.
AudioControl has joined the IMAX Enhanced certification and licensing program, and plans to launch an IMAX Enhanced firmware update for its cinema products, including the Concert AVR-7 and AVR-9 receivers, and the Maestro M5 and M9 pre-amp/processors.
Panasonic Canada has revealed full specifications for its first full-frame Digital Single Lens Mirrorless cameras, the Lumix S1R and S1, which it first announced in September and previewed in prototype form at Photokina in Germany.
Screen Innovations, which makes various AV projection screens and indoor/outdoor shades for the custom integration market, including both residential and commercial dealers and integrators, has confirmed that it will be going direct in Canada.