HDnet Founder Sees A High-Definition Future

  • September 27, 2005
In a keynote address at the Forecast conference in Manhattan, HDnet founder Mark Cuban brushed aside concerns about the expensive costs of format conversion, and stated that television networks that did not go the high-definition route he helped pioneer would be "in a ghetto," left behind by competitors who saw the value of adapting the technology.

"We want to make content and distribute it to people where they want it, when then want it," Cuban said. "High-definition television will be there whether you like it or not--analog is going away."

--Michael Deibert

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