On Monday, December 30, from 2:00 to 3:00 PM Pacific time, I'll record the last Home Theater Geeks podcast of 2013. My guests will be journalists Geoff Morrison, Mike Heiss, and Barb Gonzalez, and we'll be discussing the most significant AV stories of the year, including UHD/4K, OLED, curved flat panels (an oxymoron if ever there was one!), Panasonic's exit from the plasma business, the proliferation of high-quality headphones, streaming news, and more.
To help prepare for the show, I'd love to know what you think are the most significant AV stories of 2013—perhaps one or more of the items listed above or something entirely different. Please post a comment here about what you were most struck by—for good or ill—in the world of audio and/or video for the home or commercial cinema.
I invite you to watch the show live at live.twit.tv, and you can join the chat room there or at irc.twit.tv; I'll be monitoring the chat room during the show and pass along relevant questions and comments to the panel. After recording and editing, the show will be available in the usual places—TWiT.tv, YouTube, iTunes, and of course, right here on AVS Forum.
So, what are the most significant AV stories of 2013 as far as you're concerned?