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Australia’s free-to-air television stations may soon be allowed to broadcast their primary channel in high definition (HD) which means more high quality free-to-air sport.

Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has introduced a bill amendment to lift the current restrictions. The previous bill was introduced in 1992 to ensure the large number of analog TVs could still display the primary channels – Seven, Nine, Ten, ABC and SBS – in standard definition (SD) in the early days of the digital switchover.

The popularity of recent sporting events shown in HD on the secondary channels, such as the Ashes (on GEM HD) and sporting events on SBS HD, indicate that HD sport is a ratings success. Officially called the ‘Broadcasting Legislation Amendment (Primary Television Broadcasting Service) Bill 2015′, the legislation would allow TV networks to broadcast whatever they like in HD.

While the measures to keep SD broadcasting were justified during the switchover from analog to digital TV, Australians’ rapid uptake of HD TVs meant that the current legislation forced networks to deliver SD content when the overwhelming majority of TVs could comfortably show HD.

For nearly a decade all TVs sold in Australia have had HD digital tuners, which can display both SD and HD signals, and surveys of consumer behaviour show that most consumersreplace their primary TV every three years or so.
http://bestoledtvreviews.net/hd-tv-set-to-become-the-new-standard/

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OLED Technology
The 55-inch EM9600 is LG’s answer to the up and coming OLED display technology in TVs. The race is on between LG and Samsung to see who actually gets it here first, regardless we will see it on the market and available for purchase by the end of 2012. Fortunately, we’ve already had a private screening of the TV for this review although we could not implement calibration equipment. This is one of the first OLED TVs of this size to be mass produced for the public, along with its only competition this year coming from Samsung. The main difference between the two TVs is the design of the OLED technology placed in the display. The EM9600 uses the RGBW system, where white OLEDs are used with red, green, and blue color filters to produce the image. Samsung’s RGB display format uses three independently colored OLEDs to reproduce the image. The EM9600 colors may not be as vibrant, but they are much brighter and able to provide better color accuracy.

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