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Postage Stamp The term 'Postage Stamp ' as it applies to the area of digital television can be defined as ' Some TV programs are letterboxed or pillar-boxed during broadcast, which results in a 16:9 format broadcast that already has bars above and below it. When such a broadcast is viewed on a 16:9 set, it results in bars appearing above, below, and on the sides - a result called a Postage Stamp'.
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