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BBC to downgrade quality of its HD trial channel

October 11th, 2006 · No Comments

The BBC has confirmed that it will be conducting a series of technical tests on its channel to determine what is deemed an acceptable level of quality for HD consumers. To date, the quality of its HD broadcasts have been widely praised.
The changes are intended for those on the terrestrial HD trial; it’s unclear as to whether the quality adjustments will also be visible on broadcasts using the Sky HD platform. Says the BBC HD team “The tests will help us test the range of standards for optimum range and quality of potential future services.”
The Corporation’s technical trial will begin on the morning of Thursday October 12 and last for five days.

Tags: Broadcasting · High definition TV · Trade

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