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RTX1451S
October 09, 2013
JAPAN-TELEVISIONS/ - Charts market share of LCD/LED and plasma televisions by country. Includes TV market...
JP
JAPAN-TELEVISIONS/ C
JAPAN-TELEVISIONS/ - Charts market share of LCD/LED and plasma televisions by country. Includes TV market forecast for 2013-2017. (SIN11)
PANASONIC-PLASMATV/
RTX144RB
October 09, 2013
Panasonic Corp's Amagasaki plasma display plant No.4 building is seen in Amagasaki, western Japan October...
Amagasaki, Japan
Panasonic Corp's Amagasaki plasma display plant No.4 building is seen in Amagasaki, western Japan
Panasonic Corp's Amagasaki plasma display plant No.4 building is seen in Amagasaki, western Japan October 9, 2013. Panasonic Corp will pull out of the plasma television panel business by the end of the financial year to March 2014, sources familiar with the situation told Reuters, marking a key milestone in the long-term decline of Japan's TV industry. With the closure of its sole plasma panel factory in western Japan, Panasonic will book an impairment loss of more than 40 billion yen on the last remaining factory building in operation, the sources added. The company set aside 120 billion yen to cover restructuring costs at the start of the current financial year. REUTERS/Yoshiyuki Osada (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
ASIA-TECH/TV
RTR316AT
April 24, 2012
Samsung Electronics' flat-screen television is displayed at a store in Seoul April 24, 2012. Television...
Seoul, South Korea
Samsung Electronics' flat-screen TV is displayed at a store in Seoul
Samsung Electronics' flat-screen television is displayed at a store in Seoul April 24, 2012. Television manufacturers from Samsung Electronics to Sony Corp are rushing to introduce next-generation flat-screen technology, looking to boost thin margins and gain market share as competition from low-cost producers intensifies. LG Electronics will steal a march on its rivals by bringing forward the launch of a 55-inch flat TV using next-generation technology, raising the stakes in a cut-throat battle for the living room between Asia's top tech powerhouses. Picture taken April 24, 2012. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS)
PANASONIC/
RTR2SW3T
October 20, 2011
Panasonic's plasma TV sets are displayed at an electronics shop in Tokyo October 20, 2011. Panasonic...
Tokyo, Japan
Panasonic's plasma TV sets are displayed at an electronics shop in Tokyo
Panasonic's plasma TV sets are displayed at an electronics shop in Tokyo October 20, 2011. Panasonic Corp will reduce plasma TV panel production and lay off about 1,000 people, a source told Reuters on Thursday, as its loss-making television unit struggles to compete with Asian rivals like Samsung Electronics. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PANASONIC/
RTR2SW3P
October 20, 2011
A man looks around Panasonic's plasma TV sets (bottom row) at an electronics shop in Tokyo October 20,...
Tokyo, Japan
A man looks around Panasonic's plasma TV sets (bottom row) at an electronics shop in Tokyo
A man looks around Panasonic's plasma TV sets (bottom row) at an electronics shop in Tokyo October 20, 2011. Panasonic Corp will reduce plasma TV panel production and lay off about 1,000 people, a source told Reuters on Thursday, as its loss-making television unit struggles to compete with Asian rivals like Samsung Electronics .
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PANASONIC/
RTR2SW3J
October 20, 2011
A man and a clerk looks around Panasonic's plasma TV sets at an electronics shop in Tokyo October 20,...
Tokyo, Japan
A man and a clerk looks around Panasonic's plasma TV sets at an electronics shop in Tokyo
A man and a clerk looks around Panasonic's plasma TV sets at an electronics shop in Tokyo October 20, 2011. Panasonic Corp will reduce plasma TV panel production and lay off about 1,000 people, a source told Reuters on Thursday, as its loss-making television unit struggles to compete with Asian rivals like Samsung Electronics .
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
PANASONIC/
RTR28NN8
January 08, 2010
People look at Panasonic plasma televisions displayed at an electronics store in Tokyo January 8, 2010....
Tokyo, Japan
People look at Panasonic plasma televisions displayed at an electronics store in Tokyo
People look at Panasonic plasma televisions displayed at an electronics store in Tokyo January 8, 2010. Japan's Panasonic, the world's largest plasma TV maker, said on Friday it aimed to boost group sales by more than one-third over the next three years as it integrates Sanyo Electric Co Ltd. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
CES/
RTR28LWC
January 07, 2010
A photographer takes pictures of HD 3D capable plasma televisions during a news conference at the 2010...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Photographer takes pictures of HD 3D capable plasma televisions during a news conference at the 2010...
A photographer takes pictures of HD 3D capable plasma televisions during a news conference at the 2010 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2010. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH)
GERMANY/
RTR27JRL
September 07, 2009
A man watches a presentation of a new flat screen TV model at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA)...
Berlin, Germany
Man watches presentation of new flat screen TV model at IFA consumer electronics fair in Berlin
A man watches a presentation of a new flat screen TV model at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) consumer electronics fair in Berlin, September 7, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/DIVORCE
RTXERJ1
May 04, 2009
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (R) sits near a television monitor showing images of him and...
Rome, Italy
Italy's PM Berlusconi sits near television monitor showing images of him and his wife Lario during taping...
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (R) sits near a television monitor showing images of him and his wife Veronica Lario during the taping of television program Porta a Porta ("Door to door" in Italian) in Rome May 5, 2009. His wife Veronica said over the weekend she planned to file for divorce, days after criticising Berlusconi for attending an 18-year old aspiring model's birthday party and a "shamelessly trashy" selection of female candidates for European elections. The headline reads "And Veronica asked for divorce" in Italian. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY MEDIA POLITICS) FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE SEE: GM1E5A21GE001
ITALY-BERLUSCONI/DIVORCE
RTXERIT
May 04, 2009
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (L) sits near a television monitor showing images of him and...
Rome, Italy
Italy's PM Berlusconi sits near image of his wife during the taping of a television program in Rome
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (L) sits near a television monitor showing images of him and his wife Veronica Lario during the taping of the television program Porta a Porta ("Door to door" in Italian) in Rome May 5, 2009. His wife Veronica said over the weekend she planned to file for divorce, days after criticising Berlusconi for attending an 18-year old aspiring model's birthday party and a "shamelessly trashy" selection of female candidates for European elections. The headline reads "And Veronica asked for divorce" in Italian. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTXDN9Z
April 05, 2009
A man watches a TV news report about North Korea's long-range rocket launch, at an electronic shop in...
Tokyo, Japan
A man watches a TV news report about North Korea's long-range rocket launch, at an electronic shop in...
A man watches a TV news report about North Korea's long-range rocket launch, at an electronic shop in Tokyo April 5, 2009. North Korea launched a long-range rocket over Japan on Sunday, drawing swift international condemnation and triggering an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN POLITICS MILITARY)
USA/
RTXD6VH
March 25, 2009
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is seen speaking on a television monitor in the overflow room...
New York, UNITED STATES
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is seen speaking on a television monitor in the overflow room...
U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is seen speaking on a television monitor in the overflow room of the Council on Foreign Relations in New York, March 25, 2009. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTXD550
March 24, 2009
Shoppers look at television screens in a Carrefour supermarket in Antibes, southeastern France, March...
Antibes, France
Shoppers look at television screens in a Carrefour supermarket in Antibes
Shoppers look at television screens in a Carrefour supermarket in Antibes, southeastern France, March 23, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (FRANCE BUSINESS FOOD DRINK)
JAPAN/
RTXCYL0
March 19, 2009
An employee works in front of Pioneer Corp's plasma televisions at an electronics shop in Tokyo March...
Tokyo, Japan
Employee works in front of Pioneer Corp's plasma televisions at an electronics shop in Tokyo
An employee works in front of Pioneer Corp's plasma televisions at an electronics shop in Tokyo March 19, 2009. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN BUSINESS)
SAMSUNG/
RTXCQ8V
March 13, 2009
A man looks at a display of Samsung LCD and plasma televisions at during the I.T. show in Singapore March...
Singapore, Singapore
Man looks at a display of Samsung LCD and plasma televisions at during the I.T. show in Singapore
A man looks at a display of Samsung LCD and plasma televisions at during the I.T. show in Singapore March 13, 2009. Samsung Electronics, the world's top maker of memory chips and flat TVs, expects a very difficult year with shrinking growth and demand, but aims to maintain a profit and outperform the market, Samsung vice chairman and Chief Executive of Samsung Electronics Lee Yoon-woo said on Friday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXC7YX
March 01, 2009
Exhibitors prepare shelves of plasma screens for the upcoming CeBIT fair inside a hall in Hanover March...
Hanover, Germany
Exhibitors prepare shelves of plasma screens for the upcoming CeBIT fair inside a hall in Hanover
Exhibitors prepare shelves of plasma screens for the upcoming CeBIT fair inside a hall in Hanover March 1, 2009. The world's biggest IT fair CeBIT with 4300 exhibitors from 69 countries opens its doors to the public from March 3 until March 8, 2009. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
PANASONIC/
RTXBA7Y
February 06, 2009
A man looks at Panasonic televisions displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo January 28, 2009. Panasonic...
Tokyo, Japan
A man looks at Panasonic televisions displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo
A man looks at Panasonic televisions displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo January 28, 2009. Panasonic shares climbed 2.4 percent to 1,118 yen after the world's No.1 plasma TV maker warned it would post an annual loss of $4.2 billion and said it would cut 15,000 jobs as it grapples with a stronger yen and slowing demand. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTXB7G9
February 04, 2009
A man looks at flat-screen TVs at Panasonic Corp's showroom in Tokyo February 4, 2009. Panasonic said...
Tokyo, Japan
A man looks at flat-screen TVs at Panasonic Corp's showroom in Tokyo
A man looks at flat-screen TVs at Panasonic Corp's showroom in Tokyo February 4, 2009. Panasonic said it would launch in April in Japan plasma TVs that are a quarter of the thickness and consume half as much electricity as conventional models, in a bid to stir up demand amid a spreading recession. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
JAPAN
RTR23YQA
January 28, 2009
A man looks at Panasonic Corp's televisions displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo January 28, 2009....
Tokyo, Japan
A man looks at Panasonic Corp's televisions displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo
A man looks at Panasonic Corp's televisions displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo January 28, 2009. Panasonic is likely to report an annual net loss of about 100 billion yen ($1.1 billion) on restructuring charges, weak demand for consumer electronics and the effects of the strong yen, a newspaper said. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
USA
RTR232UX
January 06, 2009
Panasonic Electronics technicians set up a display of flat panel televisions for the 2009 International...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Panasonic Electronics technicians set up a display of flat panel televisions for the 2009 International...
Panasonic Electronics technicians set up a display of flat panel televisions for the 2009 International Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada January 5, 2009. In the background is the 150-inch plasma television which was introduced at last year's show. The consumer technology trade show begins January 8 and is expected to attract 2,700 exhibitors and 130,000 attendees. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
AFGHANISTAN
RTXAA09
November 05, 2008
A U.S. soldier watches U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) on television as he gives a speech after losing...
Bagram, Afghanistan
A U.S. soldier watches U.S. Senator John McCain on television as he gives a speech after losing the US...
A U.S. soldier watches U.S. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) on television as he gives a speech after losing the US general election, in Bagram airbase north of Kabul November 5, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
GERMANY/
RTR21RVP
August 28, 2008
Three men stand in front of Plasma TV screens at the Panasonic exhibition stand at the International...
Berlin, Germany
Three men stand in front of Plasma TV screens at the International Funkaustellung (IFA) consumer electronics...
Three men stand in front of Plasma TV screens at the Panasonic exhibition stand at the International Funkaustellung (IFA) consumer electronics fair in Berlin August 28, 2008. The IFA is the worlds largest consumer electronics exhibition and will be opened to the public from August 29 to September 3, 2008. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY)
LGELEC-PHONES/
RTR20DVI
July 21, 2008
An employee of LG Electronics' home appliances store walks past its LCD televisions displayed for customers...
Seoul, South Korea
Employee of LG Electronics' home appliances store walks past its LCD televisions displayed for customers...
An employee of LG Electronics' home appliances store walks past its LCD televisions displayed for customers at a store in Seoul July 21, 2008. The South Korean mobile phone and appliance maker LG Electronics said on Monday its display unit, which makes plasma screens and flat-screen TVs, posted an operating margin of 1 percent in the second quarter, after breaking even in the first. EUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
Japan-China/
RTX5JK6
May 10, 2008
Chinese President Hu Jintao (C) poses with Panasonic's Chairman Kunio Nakamura (L) and President Fumio...
Kadoma, Japan
Chinese President Hu poses with Panasonic's Chairman Nakamura and President Otsubo in front of a giant...
Chinese President Hu Jintao (C) poses with Panasonic's Chairman Kunio Nakamura (L) and President Fumio Otsubo in front of a giant plasma television during Hu's visit to Panasonic head office in Kadoma city, western Japan May 10, 2008. REUTERS/Katsumi Kasahara/POOL (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1ZJAO
April 16, 2008
A model walks past Japanese electronics giant Matsushita Electric Industrial's Panasonic brand 150-inch...
Tokyo, Japan
Model walks past Matsushita Electric Industrial's Panasonic brand 150-inch high-definition plasma TV...
A model walks past Japanese electronics giant Matsushita Electric Industrial's Panasonic brand 150-inch high-definition plasma TV display, claimed to be the world's largest, at the International Flat Panel Display Expo in Tokyo April 16, 2008. The expo kicked off on Wednesday and runs until April 18. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
PIONEER/PLASMA
RTR1XUW3
March 04, 2008
An employee reacts in front of Pioneer Corp's plasma televisions at an electric home appliances shop...
Tokyo, Japan
Employee reacts in front of Pioneer Corp's plasma televisions at an electric home appliances shop in...
An employee reacts in front of Pioneer Corp's plasma televisions at an electric home appliances shop in Tokyo March 4, 2008. Japan's Pioneer Corp is finalizing plans to stop all production of plasma display panels in a bid to turn around its loss-making flat TV operations, an industry source briefed on the plan said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TECH SHOW/MATSUSHITA-TV
RTX5BCV
January 07, 2008
An attendee takes a photo of a Panasonic flat panel 150-inch High Definition plasma television, what...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
An attendee takes a photo of a Panasonic flat panel 150-inch High Definition plasma television during...
An attendee takes a photo of a Panasonic flat panel 150-inch High Definition plasma television, what the company calls the world's largest, during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
TECH SHOW/MATSUSHITA-TV
RTX5BCT
January 07, 2008
A Panasonic flat panel 150-inch High Definition plasma television, what the company calls the world's...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A Panasonic flat panel 150-inch High Definition plasma television, what the company calls the world's...
A Panasonic flat panel 150-inch High Definition plasma television, what the company calls the world's largest, is displayed during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
TECH SHOW/MATSUSHITA-TV
RTX5BAV
January 07, 2008
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat...
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat panel television at 150-inch at his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show CES in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. The TV tops the Panasonic brand maker's 103-inch plasma TV released last year. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
TECH SHOW/MATSUSHITA-TV
RTX5BAR
January 07, 2008
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat...
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat panel television at 150-inch at his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show CES in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. The TV tops the Panasonic brand maker's 103-inch plasma TV released last year. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
TECH SHOW/MATSUSHITA-TV
RTX5BAN
January 07, 2008
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat...
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat panel television at 150-inch at his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show CES in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. The TV tops the Panasonic brand maker's 103-inch plasma TV released last year. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
TECH SHOW/MATSUSHITA-TV
RTX5BAG
January 07, 2008
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat...
Toshihiro Sakamoto, president of Panasonic AVC Networks introduces what the company calls the world's largest flat panel television at 150-inch at his keynote address at the Consumer Electronics Show CES in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2008. The TV tops the Panasonic brand maker's 103-inch plasma TV released last year. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
TECH-SHOW/
RTX5ABN
January 06, 2008
Workers at an LG booth set up a display featuring the 50PG60 television, a 50-inch 1080p plasma TV with...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Workers at an LG booth set up a display featuring the 50PG60 television, a 50-inch 1080p plasma TV with...
Workers at an LG booth set up a display featuring the 50PG60 television, a 50-inch 1080p plasma TV with a single layer design, as they prepare for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2008. The annual electronics trade show opens January 7. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
JAPAN/
RTR1UIPF
October 03, 2007
A model poses with Sony's ultra-thin OLED displays at the CEATEC technology trade show in Chiba, Japan...
Chiba, Japan
A model poses with Sony's ultra-thin OLED displays at a trade fair
A model poses with Sony's ultra-thin OLED displays at the CEATEC technology trade show in Chiba, Japan October 2, 2007. Sony Corp said it will launch an ultra-thin flat TV in December, the world's first television based on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology into an $82 billion market dominated by LCD and plasma models. REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
TECH SUMMIT/SDIPDP
RTR1PO71
May 14, 2007
Sky Park, vice-president in charge of Samsung SDI's PDP marketing, speaks at the Reuters Global Technology,...
Seoul, South Korea
Sky Park, vice-president in charge of Samsung SDI's PDP marketing, speaks at the Reuters Global Technology,...
Sky Park, vice-president in charge of Samsung SDI's PDP marketing, speaks at the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit in Seoul May 14, 2007. Samsung SDI, the world's third-largest plasma display panel (PDP) maker, aims to turn a profit in the fourth quarter, helped by growing demand for larger flat-screen televisions, Park said on Monday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
TECH SUMMIT/SDIPDP
RTR1PO6V
May 14, 2007
Sky Park, vice-president in charge of Samsung SDI's PDP marketing, speaks at the Reuters Global Technology,...
Seoul, South Korea
Sky Park, vice-president in charge of Samsung SDI's PDP marketing, speaks at the Reuters Global Technology,...
Sky Park, vice-president in charge of Samsung SDI's PDP marketing, speaks at the Reuters Global Technology, Media and Telecoms Summit in Seoul May 14, 2007. Samsung SDI, the world's third-largest plasma display panel (PDP) maker, aims to turn a profit in the fourth quarter, helped by growing demand for larger flat-screen televisions, Park said on Monday. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
JAPAN/
RTR1OIHC
April 11, 2007
A visitor looks at Panasonic's 103-inch HD Plasma Display Panel television, the world's largest, at Display...
Tokyo, Japan
A visitor looks at Panasonic's 103-inch HD Plasma Display Panel television at Display 2007 in Tokyo
A visitor looks at Panasonic's 103-inch HD Plasma Display Panel television, the world's largest, at Display 2007 in Tokyo April 11, 2007. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OHEP
April 10, 2007
Visitors look at Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma televisions during its launch...
Tokyo, Japan
Visitors look at Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma televisions during its launch...
Visitors look at Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma televisions during its launch event in Tokyo April 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OHEN
April 10, 2007
Models pose for pictures in front of Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma television...
Tokyo, Japan
Models pose for pictures in front of Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma television...
Models pose for pictures in front of Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma television 'TH-42PZ700SK' during its launch event in Tokyo April 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OHEM
April 10, 2007
A model poses for pictures in front of Panasonic's Viera plasma televisions during its launch event of...
Tokyo, Japan
Model poses for pictures in front of Panasonic's Viera plasma televisions during its launch event of...
A model poses for pictures in front of Panasonic's Viera plasma televisions during its launch event of their new 1080p resolution plasma televisions in Tokyo April 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OHEJ
April 10, 2007
A model poses for pictures next to Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma televisions...
Tokyo, Japan
Model poses for pictures next to Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma televisions 'TH-42PZ700SK'...
A model poses for pictures next to Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 42-inch plasma televisions 'TH-42PZ700SK' during its launch event in Tokyo April 10, 2007. The plasma televisions feature an SD High Capacity (SDHC) memory card slot which allows users to view photos or AVCHD standard videos on its large screen. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1OHEI
April 10, 2007
Japanese actress Koyuki stands next to Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 50-inch plasma televisions...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese actress Koyuki stands next to Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 50-inch plasma televisions...
Japanese actress Koyuki stands next to Panasonic's new 1080p resolution Viera 50-inch plasma televisions 'TH-50PZ700SK' during its launch event in Tokyo April 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
ELECTRONICS-SHOW/
RTR1KZA2
January 08, 2007
Yoshi Yamada, chairman and chief executive of Panasonic Corp. of North America, speaks during a news...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Yoshi Yamada, CEO of Panasonic North America, speaks during a news conference at the 2007 International...
Yoshi Yamada, chairman and chief executive of Panasonic Corp. of North America, speaks during a news conference at the 2007 International CES in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2007. Yamada predicted that plasma televisions will resist market pressure from LCD televisions because plasma gives better quality in larger sizes and they are cheaper to produce. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
ELECTRONICS-SHOW/
RTR1KZ9E
January 08, 2007
Atsura Makita, general manager of business and planning for Panasonic AVC Networks Company, talks about...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Atsura Makita, general manager of business and planning for Panasonic AVC Networks Company, talks about...
Atsura Makita, general manager of business and planning for Panasonic AVC Networks Company, talks about the plasma television market during a news conference at the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 7, 2007. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
ELECTRONICS-SHOW/PREVIEW
RTR1KXU8
January 06, 2007
Technician Hisayoshi Hasegawa works on a display of moving 103-inch, high definition plasma televisions...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Technician Hisayoshi Hasegawa works on a display of moving 103-inch, high definition plasma televisions...
Technician Hisayoshi Hasegawa works on a display of moving 103-inch, high definition plasma televisions in the Las Vegas Convention Center as exhibitors prepare for the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada January 6, 2007. This year's show runs from January 8-11 and is expected to draw over 150,000 attendees. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES)
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
RTR1IQBY
October 27, 2006
A woman adjusts the display of Panasonic's flat-screen televisions at a showroom in Tokyo October 27,...
Tokyo, Japan
A woman adjusts the display of Panasonic's flat-screen televisions at a showroom in Tokyo
A woman adjusts the display of Panasonic's flat-screen televisions at a showroom in Tokyo October 27, 2006. Panasonic maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. posted a 21 percent rise in first-half profit on Friday on strong plasma TV sales, and stood by its outlook for a full-year profit gain of 9 percent. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
RTR1FTU0
July 26, 2006
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s Panasonic brand plasma televisions are displayed at the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Matsushita Electric Industrial's plasma televisions are displayed at showroom in Tokyo
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s Panasonic brand plasma televisions are displayed at the company's showroom in Tokyo July 26, 2006. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
RTR1FTTZ
July 26, 2006
A woman looks at Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s Panasonic brand plasma televisions at the company's...
Tokyo, Japan
Woman looks at Matsushita Electric Industrial's plasma televisions at showroom in Tokyo
A woman looks at Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s Panasonic brand plasma televisions at the company's showroom in Tokyo July 26, 2006. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN)
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
RTR1FMO0
July 19, 2006
Japanese actress Koyuki stands next to a Panasonic 103-inch plasma TV, the world's largest, during a...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese actress Koyuki stands next to 103-inch plasma TV during a launch event of its new plasma TVs...
Japanese actress Koyuki stands next to a Panasonic 103-inch plasma TV, the world's largest, during a launch event of its new plasma TVs in Tokyo July 19, 2006. Panasonic brand maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd. will start taking orders in Japan for the 103-inch plasma TV, priced at around 6 million yen ($50,000), on September 1, the company said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Kiyoshi Ota (JAPAN)
LEISURE HARDWOOD SUITE
RTR19YQX
November 02, 2005
A view of the bar and dining area in the "Hardwood Suite" at the Palms Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, November...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
View of bar and dining area in Hardwood Suite at Palms Resort in Las Vegas
A view of the bar and dining area in the "Hardwood Suite" at the Palms Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada, November 2, 2005. The two-level, 10,000 sq.ft. (929 sq. metres) suite is one of the new mega-suites in the Palm's $600 million Fantasy Tower. The suite, which goes for $50,000 a night, includes an indoor basketball half court with a scoreboard and locker room, three NBA-sized Murphy beds, a poker table, billiards table, 10-person Jacuzzi and 42" plasma televisions among other amenities. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/Las Vegas Sun
LEISURE HARDCOURT SUITE
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November 02, 2005
Rose Rowse, a housekeeping supervisor, makes up one of the three NBA-sized Murphy beds in the "Hardwood...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
Housekeeper makes bed in Hardwood Suite at Palm Resorts in Las Vegas
Rose Rowse, a housekeeping supervisor, makes up one of the three NBA-sized Murphy beds in the "Hardwood Suite's" basketball court at the Palms Resort in Las Vegas November 2, 2005. The two-level, 10,000 sq.ft. (929 sq. metres) suite is one of the new mega-suites in the Palm's $600 million Fantasy Tower. The suite, which goes for $50,000 a night, includes an indoor basketball half court with a scoreboard and locker room, three NBA-sized Murphy beds, a poker table, billiards table, 10-person Jacuzzi and 42" plasma televisions among other amenities. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/Las Vegas Sun FR051103
NAKAMURA
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October 28, 2005
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co President Kunio Nakamura announces its first-half...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co President Kunio Nakamura announces its f.....
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co President Kunio Nakamura announces its first-half financial results at a news conference in Tokyo October 28, 2005. Matsushita posted a surprise 11 percent jump in quarterly profit on Friday, [helped by strong sales of digital cameras and plasma televisions, and stuck to its full-year forercast for a profit rise of seven percent.]
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
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October 28, 2005
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Indudtrial Co President Kunio Nakamura attends a news conference...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Indudtrial Co President Nakamura attends a news conference...
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Indudtrial Co President Kunio Nakamura attends a news conference in Tokyo October 28, 2005. Matsushita posted a surprise 11 percent jump in quarterly profit on Friday, helped by strong sales of digital cameras and plasma televisions, and stuck to its full-year forecast for a profit rise of seven percent. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
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October 28, 2005
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Indudtrial Co President Kunio Nakamura announces its first-half...
Tokyo, Japan
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Indudtrial Co President Nakamura speaks at a news conference...
Japan's electronics maker Matsushita Electric Indudtrial Co President Kunio Nakamura announces its first-half financial results at a news conference in Tokyo October 28, 2005. Matsushita posted a surprise 11 percent jump in quarterly profit on Friday, helped by strong sales of digital cameras and plasma televisions, and stuck to its full-year forercast for a profit rise of seven percent. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
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August 25, 2005
Models present Panasonic brand products maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s high-definition plasma...
Tokyo, Japan
Models present Panasonic brand products maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co's VIERA in Tokyo.
Models present Panasonic brand products maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s high-definition plasma televisions named "VIERA" at an unveiling in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Matsushita said on Thursday it will start selling a high-definition 65-inch plasma TV in Japan from November 1 for less than 1 million yen ($9,072). REUTERS/Issei Kato PP05080257 IK/NL
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
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August 25, 2005
A model presents Panasonic brand products maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s new 65-inch plasma...
Tokyo, Japan
Model presents Matsushita Electric Industrial's 65-inch plasma TV in Tokyo.
A model presents Panasonic brand products maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s new 65-inch plasma television "VIERA TH-65PX500" at an unveiling in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Matsushita said on Thursday it will start selling the high-definition plasma television in Japan from November 1 for less than 1 million yen ($9,072). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/SA
TECH JAPAN MATSUSHITA
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August 25, 2005
A model presents Panasonic brand products maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s new 65-inch plasma...
Tokyo, Japan
Model presents Matsushita Electric Industrial's 65-inch plasma TV in Tokyo.
A model presents Panasonic brand products maker Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.'s new 65-inch plasma television "VIERA TH-65PX500" at an unveiling in Tokyo August 25, 2005. Matsushita said on Thursday it will start selling the high-definition plasma television in Japan from November 1 for less than 1 million yen ($9,072). REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/SA
GERMANY
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March 09, 2005
A woman looks at the world's largest 102 inches plasma television by South Korean electronic maker Samsung...
Hanover, Germany
A woman looks at the world's largest 102 inches plasma television by South Korean electronic maker ......
A woman looks at the world's largest 102 inches plasma television by South Korean electronic maker Samsung in Hanover. A woman looks at the world's largest 102 inches plasma television by South Korean electronic maker Samsung at the world's largest computer fair CeBIT in Hanover March 9, 2005. Some 6,200 exhibitors from 70 nations present their latest news and products at the world's largest computer and information technology fair CeBIT which runs from March 10 until March 26, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY
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March 07, 2005
A technician looks at a plasma display panel of South-Korea's Samsung in preparation for CeBIT computer...
Hanover, Germany
A technician looks at a plasma display panel of South-Korea's Samsung in preparation for CeBIT ...
A technician looks at a plasma display panel of South-Korea's Samsung in preparation for CeBIT computer fair in Hanover. A technician looks at a 102-inch plasma flat television screen at the booth of South-Korea's Samsung Electronics in preparation for the CeBIT computer fair in the northern German town of Hanover March 7, 2005. Some 6,200 exhibitors from 70 nations present their latest news and products at the world's largest computer and information technology fair CeBIT which runs from March 10 until March 26, 2005. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
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