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I remember a meeting at CES 2007 with the head of plasma for Panasonic. At the time, he talked about the company’s big bet on increased production capacity for plasma in an attempt to become the king of that market. But with the market for HDTV going the way of LCD, Panasonic likely has mixed feelings about this week’s Kuro clear-out, another sign that the technology is reaching obsolescence quicker than anticipated. If you’re interested in how Panasonic will fare as the last-man standing in plasma, read our research note published today, “Why Is the Plasma HDTV Market Dying?” Noted HDTV display expert Alfred Poor gives his take on what happened in plasma, and what, if any, prospects Panasonic has in this market.

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