LG televisions are manufactured by LG Electronics, a company from South Korea. Originally founded as Goldstar in 1958, the company changed its name to LG Electronics in 1995. LG has grown considerably and is now a global manufacturer of electronics and appliances.
LG is the first company to have developed several models of televisions, including a 60-inch plasma TV in 1998, a 100-inch LCD television in 2006, and a 120Hz full-HD LCD TV in 2007. LG is also the first company to commercialize a 55-inch all-in-one LCD television and a 71-inch plasma TV. It unveiled the world's first full LED 3D TV in 2010.