Andrew Michael

Andrew Michael is the Founder of Ultra HDTV Magazine. His interest in the technology began in 2008, before the term "Ultra HD" became mainstream. Andrew has contributed numerous articles, and continues to evolve Ultra HDTV into the ultimate Ultra High Definition resource.

Recent Posts & Articles

INTERVIEW: Amit Medina on TV, Hollywood, and Ultra HD

Spanish Couple Collaborate on Ultra HD Productions A media power couple has emerged from Spain and they are poised to bring major investment into Hollywood. Amit Medina and his mother, Maria Teresa Medina, have a prolonged history of successful production in Spain, and in particular their home city of Madrid. Now they’re poised on several…

ZeeVee and NETGEAR Partner Together to Distribute Uncompressed 4K Content

ZeeVee™ and NETGEAR partner together to distribute uncompressed 4k content and control through a standard Ethernet switch up to 30 miles away Boston, MA – 09 June 2015 – ZeeVee™, a leading provider of innovative video distribution technology, has partnered with NETGEAR® to demonstrate the ability to deliver uncompressed Ultra‐HD video signals up to thirty…

Black Friday 2014 Ultra HDTV Deals

Black Friday 2014 is here! Take a look at Ultra HDTV Magazine’s Black Friday 2014 Ultra HDTV Deals below. We found products from Samsung and Vizio. We noticed an average discount of $500 at the time of this writing. We will continue to update this page with more Black Friday 2014 deals. Black Friday MSRP…

Sharp THX-Certified 4K Ultra HDTV’s Are Now Available

Sharp has announced the immediate availability of their much anticipated 2014 4K AQUOS Ultra HDTV’s, which were showcased at CES 2014. The 60-inch (LC-60UD27U) and 70-inch (LC-70UD27U) THX 4K Certified Ultra HDTVs won our “Best Ultra HDTV of 2014” Award. Both models are available today on Amazon for $2,297 and $2,999, respectively.

Vizio Launches Affordable 4K Ultra HDTVs

VIZIO today announced the availability of their much anticipated P-Series 4K Ultra HDTV lineup to the U.S. market. The P-Series will be available in 50-, 55-, 60-, 65-, and 70-inch screen sizes, starting at $999.99. Amazon is accepting pre-orders for the Ultra HDTVs today.

4K Blu-ray Discs and Players Arriving in 2015

The Blu-ray Disc Association announced plans for their long awaited 4K Blu-ray Disc specification at the IFA Electronics Trade Show in Berlin this week. The group will begin licensing the specification in Spring or Summer 2015, with the first 4K Blu-ray players and discs shipping by the holiday season of 2015, according to Victor Matsuda, chairman of the Blu-ray Disc Association global promotions committee.

LG Brings 4K OLED Ultra HDTVs to Consumers

LG has announced the availability of their 77-inch (77EG9700) and 65-inch (65EC9700) OLED 4K Ultra HDTVs. Why is this a big deal? Because this is the first time that a TV combining both 4K Ultra HD and OLED technology is available to consumers.