According to NPD DisplaySearch global TV shipments will grow by less than 1% in 2014-- an improvement of sorts over 2012 and 2013, where shipments dropped by -6% and -3% respectively.
Such declines are in part due to the eventual disappearance of plasma and CRT TVs. The analyst forecasts 2014 plasma and CRT shipment drops of -48% and -50% before the two technologies all but disappear by 2015.
As a result LCD TVs will wholly dominate the TV market, with the only competition coming from OLED-- a technology accounting for less than 1% of shipments through 2017.
LCD accounts for over 90% of global 2014 TV shipments.