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Comcast’s 2014 Olympics coverage to include ‘some stuff’ in 4K

09
Jan
2014

With the increasing number of ultra-high definition (UHD, or 4K) TV sets and displays being launched by various companies – including affordable models that were just introduced at CES 2014 – content providers are apparently trying to provide more 4K content that can take advantage of the higher resolution screens. Comcast has confirmed during a panel on UHD content that it will start offering 4K content as soon as February, the Hollywood Reporter says, when it will stream “some stuff” in 4K from the 2014 Winter Olympic Games that take place in Sochi from February 7 to February 23. “We feel comfortable that we have the infrastructure to deliver 4K to the home, but we are more concerned with having enough

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