Study finds seasonal slowness in TV sales:

08/31/2011 | CNET

IHS iSuppli reports that only 13% of the U.S. consumers it surveyed during the second quarter said they planned to buy a new television in the next three to 12 months, compared with 32% in the first quarter. Observers noted that there are fewer reasons to buy a TV between April and June, including no big scheduled sporting events, such as the Super Bowl or the NCAA basketball tournament.

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