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Apr 30, 2014 / 02:00 AM
It Is Time to Rethink EAS?
Several months ago, I shared my thoughts in this space about our country’s Emergency Alert System, explaining its somewhat tortuous history and underpinnings.
Jan 22, 2014 / 04:44 PM
Foundation Helps Broadcasters in Need
As TV broadcasters, we are a central part of our community.
Sep 09, 2013 / 03:40 PM
Second Screens, Out of the Trough!
Just two years ago, people started talking about the iPad and labelling it as “totally disruptive,” which just means that it will change everything. Today, it both has and it hasn’t.
Aug 19, 2013 / 10:00 AM
Poll: How Has Television Technology Evolved in the Past 30 Years?
Since being launched in September 1983, TV Technology has covered the most important developments in the technology that has most affected the broadcast industry.
May 13, 2013 / 02:00 PM
HEVC, Ultra HD & the Telecom Threat
From a broadcaster’s point of view, New Year’s Day 2013 was undoubtedly celebrated Jan. 25.
May 08, 2013 / 10:33 AM
TV Tech Writers Weigh In on NAB 2013
This year’s show seemed to pick up where last year’s left off and was a fitting coda to the 4K craze that kicked off 2013 at CES. Our writers weigh in on their impressions...
Sep 18, 2012 / 07:02PM
Remembering John H. Battison (1915-2012)
Word reached us during the last week of August that John Henry Battison had reached the end of his life.
Jun 26, 2012 / 01:00PM
A Broadcast Cloud in our Future
Dear Editor, I am writing to clarify, for your readers, some positions and proposals that can be directly attributed to me, and more broadly, the organization for which I work (“LTE Tempts With Advanced Services,” May 30).
Jan 25, 2006 / 03:36PM
2 GHz Relocation: The Road Ahead
At Sprint Nextel, we are making a New Year's resolution that hopefully many of you will share. No, it has nothing to do with losing those few extra pounds picked up over the holidays. Our resolution is to continue our progress on 2 GHz relocation by completing our first TV market relocations and kicking-off the remaining TV markets.
Nov 28, 2001 / 01:00PM
Capturing History at Ground Zero
In the days after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, television viewers saw images of rescue workers at "Ground Zero" – the site of the massive destruction wrought when the Twin Towers and other buildings collapsed.





 
 
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