Westinghouse and Roku began their successful partnership in early 2019, when Roku announced that Westinghouse Electronics would be the newest TV brand to join the Roku TV licensing program.
Brett Hunt of Westinghouse talks about the company's new Android TV, how the Westinghouse nuclear news impacts his business, and more.
What Westinghouse is going for with the Amazon Fire TV Edition is a product that’s incredibly affordable and packed with features geared towards the 21st century TV watcher.
In the second part of our vendor round table (Part 1 appears in the July print edition of Dealerscope), major TV suppliers discuss how dealers can best couch 4K, and give their views on the OLED category’s present and future potential.
DEALERSCOPE: What are your predictions for sales of Ultra HD 4K TVs for 2014, for the market as a whole, and for your brand in the market? Will the category reach mainstream by the end of the year—and how do you define “mainstream?”
AmTran Video Corp. said this week that it has brought in two executives to work on the JVC brand. Ron Kong is the brand's new marketing manager, while Daniel Villa is product manager.
In a promotion that sounds promising- provided it doesn't lead to rioting- a 99 Cent Only Store in Calfornia will present 40-inch flat-screen TVs for just 99 cents to the first nine people in line at an upcoming grand opening of a new stores.
Dealerscope recently talked to the top executives from some of the major TV vendors about how they’re dealing with the most pressing trends in the industry. One trend they’re now facing is the arrival of inexpensive 4K UHD TVs from third- and second-tier manufacturers. We asked them if that poses a threat to their brands and whether the low prices will commoditize the product and cheapen consumer perception of the new technology. For the full interviews, see the July issue of Dealerscope.
Major TV vendors are hoping to get it right with their next big launch: 4K UHD TVs. Some companies have already released a few models, while others are planning late-year introductions. They’re all hoping the market buzz will also boost sales of their high-end 2K sets.
But every company that has skin in the game knows it will take more than a stunning picture to draw consumer attention to the latest technology on the retail floor. Most are supplying dealers with sales training, all forms of online and mobile assets, and 4K demo content. In this segment, the top channel executives from some of the major TV vendors talk about expectations for the market’s development this year. See the full interview in the July issue of Dealerscope.