06.17.2013 12:00 AM
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In our June issue, Broadcast Engineering’s cover story takes a look at George Strait’s “Cowboy” tour and its use of video projection. In addition, we look at whether cable and satellite set-top boxes can undo CALM compliance. Also in this issue, our “NAB Replay” provides coverage of some of the new products and technology from the 2013 NAB Show. Plus, we announce the winners of our annual Pick Hit awards, the most prestigious technical awards given at NAB.

Will three-chip cameras see 4K? That is question addressed in the cover story of our world edition. We also discuss how Europe is warming to KA band satellite, the benefits of fiber, and how international broadcaster RT upgraded to a new HD facility.

And in our NAB Special Report, we look at some of the products and technology on display at the 2013 NAB Show.

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