4K-HDR TVs stars of the next “BLACK FRIDAY” 2020

The 4K-HDR Summit predicts the sale of televisions. María Rúa Aguete and anticipates a strong sale of 4K-HDR televisions for the upcoming Black Friday (Black Friday)

“Entertaining at home is cheaper than doing it away from home”, sentence Paul Gray

From Cannes (MipTV, Mipcom), to Moscow, or Seoul, passing through the six editions of the 4K HDR Summit, Michel Chabrol has been a reference and a promoter of the development of 4K, 8K and HDR on the five continents.

“People have stopped buying and exchanging mobile phones. Everyone spends more time at home and less in business meetings, they want to enjoy a better experience at home. And that is why the purchase of 4K televisions has grown”, says María Rúa Aguete and anticipates a strong sale of 4K-HDR televisions for the upcoming Black Friday (Black Friday)

María Rua Aguete y Paul Gray.

Marcos Santana.

Rua Aguete is one of the directors of the multinational OMDIA, which for the second consecutive year will make the opening report of the 4K HDR Summit 2020.

In the same vein, OMDIA’s principal investigator, Paul Gray, considered the world’s leading 4K and 8K analyst, predicts that “despite the coronavirus, 4K TV sales will continue to be very strong in all markets. Although I am not so optimistic about the 8K”.

While the head of research in 8K at Samsung, Richard Moreton, is optimistic about the 8K televisions of the Korean multinational, with four times more pixels than 4K and 16 times more than HD.

“Artificial intelligence and its“ Scale Net ”program, which come standard on Samsung’s 8K televisions, offer a unique experience. Content originally generated in HD or 4K is automatically offered in 8K ”, Moreton defends.

In this year’s edition of the 4K HDR Summit, Michel Chabrol, one of the pioneers of UHD worldwide, will be recognized. The former vice president of the French multinational Eutelsat, who has been one of the leading speakers of 4K worldwide, has retired after traveling half the world as one of the “evangelists” of Ultra High Definition (UHD).

From Cannes (MipTV, Mipcom), to Moscow, or Seoul, passing through the six editions of the 4K HDR Summit, Michel Chabrol has been a reference and a promoter of the development of 4K, 8K and HDR on the five continents. “8K in cinemas, with the spectacular 8K LED screens, is going to be a resounding success,” Chabrol envisions.

The 4K HDR Summit, organized by Medina Media Events, celebrates its sixth edition, the first virtual one, from November 17 to 20, and it has been participated in since 2015 by the “top engineers” and the “top content producers” of television worldwide , to share, once a year, the advances and projects of the UHD.

This year the “speaker of honor” is Marcos Santana, president of Telemundo Global Studios, and among the more than 30 speakers, the presidents of the UHD Alliance (Michael Zink, Warner Bros.); from the Ultra HD Forum (Thierry Fautier, Harmonic); and the 8K Association (Chris Chinnock, Insight Media), who in addition to their presentations will star in a unique debate on the UHD world calendar.

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