Every week, the hosts of HD Nation bring the latest in HD content. One of the first articles that they talk about is the new 3DTV technology and how it was released recently, they also state that Best Buy, who is the only company selling them at this time, has about 200 stores through out the nation that are demoing the 3D sets. They also highlight that CNN has recently finished their latest studio for the news and it is filled with HD equipment. It has not yet made its way to the airwaves yet, but it will be something worth looking at. Every week, the show has a top five list and this weekâ€™s list is the top five World War II movies that are in Blu-ray. The list includes Band of Brothers, Flags of Our Fathers, Letters from Iwo Jima, Battle of the Bulge, The Dirty Dozen, Patton, Saving Private Ryan, and Inglorious Bastards, which has found its way onto several lists on HD Nation. The show finishes off with a question asking where Sharp Aquos HDTVs are made. Most of the Sharp TVs are made in Japan, especially the larger displays. They have to keep all the parts in relatively close to each other, before they are assembled in order to reduce breaking parts, and to save on transportation costs.
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