A television screen provides a vista to other worlds while it is on, but when the “off” button is pushed, it becomes a blank screen. In the case of a large screen TV, that can be a huge blank space. The incredibly innovative LG OLED R changes all that. In a manner similar to a sailboat’s furling mainsail, the screen can be rolled up into the base, literally disappearing when not in use. The secret is an ultra-thin LED screen that can be fully retracted from Full View mode in Zero View mode or with just a portion visible in Line View to display the time, personal photos or to adjust the settings when utilizing the integral front-firing 100-watt Dolby Atmos and Sound Pro sound system to set the mood in the room. The best thing about the OLED R is that picture quality was not compromised in the least in the quest for its low profile. Using LG‘s self-lighting pixels, the screen delivers eye-popping image quality for broadcast, streaming and gaming. With a MSRP of $100k, the OLED R is an investment, but it unquestionably changes how we view TV — and TVs; LG.com/US.
Under the guidance of General Director & CEO Susan Danis, the Florida Grand Opera (FGO) has grown into the world-class powerhouse it is today — while reflecting the Miami community, both in its staff and what it puts on stage. At the forefront is the central notion that Opera is for everyone.
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