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LG OLED TVs honoured at 72nd Technology Emmy Awards, hailed as Hollywood Reference Displays

Looking to upgrade your TV? If so, you’ll be intrigued to hear that LG OLED screens have been honoured at the 72nd Annual Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards, a significant industry accolade for LG consumer TV division.

Established by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in 1948, the Technology & Engineering Emmy Awards honour development and innovation in broadcast technology and recognise innovators for their contribution to television engineering.

The Hollywood Reference Display recognition celebrates LG’s innovations which have allowed it to meet reference studio specifications. LG OLED TVs aren’t just premium screens for the home, they’re actually used by many of the world’s top production studios and creators for their accurate colour reproduction, and best in class contrast. 

LG OLED TVs are widely employed as reference displays by major Hollywood movie studios and by content developers and distributors worldwide.

LG OLED TVs aren’t just premium screens for the home, they’re actually used by many of the world’s top production studios…

LG’s remarkable 8K OLED 88 Z1 mega-screen

Able to replicate a director’s creative intent, and reveal every detail and nuance thanks to self-lit pixels, LG OLED has been popular with the creative content community. LG OLED TVs are also a common sight in live sports production facilities around the world.

“We are extremely proud that LG OLED TV has been acknowledged with one of the TV and broadcasting industry’s most iconic awards,” says Nam Ho-jun, senior vice president of R&D at LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company. 
LG recently used the CES to preview new OLED screen technology, as well as a new Mini LED screen technology, which will launch later this year.

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Sky Studios begin production on mystery thriller The Rising, adapts Belgian horror hit

Sky has announced that its new eight-part supernatural crime thriller The Rising will begin filming in the Lake District this month. The series is adapted from the Belgian crime thriller Hotel Beau Séjour, and will feature elements of mystery, suspense and horror. The Rising is the first series produced entirely in-house from Sky Studios, Sky’sContinue Reading

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