New York, NY (July 23, 2007) – Panasonic, a leader in High Definition flat panel displays, announced that its103-inch 1080p Plasma HDTV – the world’s largest High Definition Plasma TV on the market today – has been installed in New York’s newly renovated City Hall. In addition to the 103-inch Plasma, Panasonic also installed its BD-10A Blu-ray Disc Player for playback of 1080p High Definition video content.
The Panasonic’s 103-inch 1080p Plasma HDTV will help the Mayor’s Office monitor news and play back other video content in High Definition. In addition to television channels, the Plasma HDTV will display real-time 311 call statistics and live video feed from NYC-TV’s City Drive Live traffic cameras.
“Panasonic has been a great corporate citizen, and I would like to thank them for their generous donation,” said Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. “New York’s City Hall is the oldest in the nation to still house its original government functions, and this desperately-needed renovation, including this 103-inch High Definition Plasma display, has given the building new life – making our office safer, more efficient and more technologically advanced.” “It is a great honor for Panasonic to have the flagship of our market-leading 1080p Plasma HDTVs become a part of
The 103-inch Plasma TV is a part of Panasonic’s line of industry-leading consumer and professional large-screen Plasma HDTV’s available in 37” (professional model only) 42”, 50”, 58” and 65” diagonal screen sizes.
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