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Shanghai, China, May 6, 2010DisplaySearch, the worldwide leader in display market research, today announced the keynote speakers for the Fourth Annual DisplaySearch China FPD TV and HDTV Conference to be held May 20-21, 2010, at the Marco Polo Shenzhen Hotel.

Day 1 Keynotes: Worldwide FPD & TV Markets

  • The FPD Market and TFT LCD Supply/Demand in 2010, David Hsieh, Vice President, Greater China Market, DisplaySearch
  • China TV Market Outlook, Hongxin Liu, Vice President, Hisense
  • Internet TV Roadmap: Bringing More Fruitful Content to the Home, Shenggang Wu, General Manager, Changhong 

Day 2 Keynotes: Worldwide TV Market & Europe DTV

  • Transition of the LCD TV Industry, Frank Hsu, Director of Marketing Division of TV Business Unit, AU Optronics
  • The Market for DTV in Europe by Country, Bob Raikes, Managing Director, Meko
  • LCD TV Panel Supply Demand And Market Perspectives, Yasuo Nakane, Managing Director, Senior Analyst, Deutsche Securities Inc.

We are pleased to have a solid line-up of prestigious keynote speakers at this years event, noted David Hsieh, DisplaySearch Vice President of Greater China. As the most influential conference of its kind within in the China FPD industry, the China FPD & HDTV Conference continues to offer the most relevant information for hot topics to attendeeshelping worldwide leading solution providers to get closer to their clients and understand how to succeed in the fast growing market in the globe.

According to DisplaySearch, the market share of foreign TV brands was less than 20% in China LCD TV in 2009, while the Y/Y growth rate was as high as 180% for Chinese local TV brands. Because foreign TV brands only grew 14% in 2009, it will be beneficial for conference attendees throughout the display and TV supply chains to learn from Hisense, a top China TV brand, about how to grow their business in China.

Connected TV is also a hot trend in China. Skyworth is the first company to include USB functionality in its Coocaa Connected TV series. Both TCL and Changhong are very aggressive about internet TV, and have a joint venture to support their efforts. With a complex broadcasting system in China, the more knowledge a company has, the more successful they will be in the China market.

David Hsieh, DisplaySearch Vice President of Greater China will address new dynamics in the FPD industry, including the merger of CMO, InnoLux and TPO. He will also discuss how panel makers are rushing to build Gen 6 to Gen 8 fabs in China in order to secure the China market, and share his insight on how business models in China will change in future.

In its fourth year in China, the event is known for bringing together top display electronics manufacturers and suppliers, along with industry and financial analysts from around the world to address the latest challenges, opportunities and trends for flat panel TVs, 3D and internet TV, as well as panel supply/demand, LED backlight supply chain and cost analysis.

On May 20, DisplaySearch will also host a networking reception for conference attendeesproviding an opportunity for speakers and attendees to interact with peers and colleagues during the cocktail hour.

The 2010 DisplaySearch China FPD TV and HDTV Conference registration is now open. For more information about the event or to register, contact Rita Li via email at rita.li@displaysearch.com or by phone at +86.21.6235.1744 or visit http://www.displaysearch.com.cn/ for registration information, additional details and agenda updates.

Attendees are encouraged to register early as the event is projected to sell out. The early bird registration rate of US$525 is available until May 13a great price for two days of content-rich sessions, exhibits and networking. Three-way simultaneous translation is provided for English, Chinese and Japanese.

Speaking & Sponsorship Opportunities Still Available

Companies interested in speaking opportunities or sponsorships should contact Michelle Lo at michelle.lo@displaysearch.com or call +86.21.6235.1744 for more information.

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