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Pay-TV Market Shakeup Or Shakedown?
Will 2015 mark the death of the pay-TV bundle? Probably not, but events of the past few weeks have suggested that it may be on life support.
Cord-Cutter Gear: Three Antennas and a Pre-amp
Programmatic Ad Technology Proliferates
What Tom Said: About Richard Friedel
Closing FCC Field Offices Could Lead to ‘RF Anarchy’
NAB 2015: Notes From the Floor on Three-Sensor 4K Cameras
McAdams On: The Ongoing Transition
What to Expect at 2015 NAB
McAdams On: TV Stations With No Signal
Gearing Up for the 2015 NAB Show
What Tom Said: Hollywood Stays In Control (For Now)
Remembering the Early Days of L.A. Television
Crappin’ Out on the Lossy Drag
Amazon’s Agenda Fits Streaming Expectations From Researchers
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What Tom Said: The Push for Drones
 
Apr 23, 2015 / 12:00 PM
Closing FCC Field Offices Could Lead to ‘RF Anarchy’
The FCC is considering a monumental change that will jeopardize its ability to control interference for the private sector.
Apr 15, 2015 / 12:29PM
NAB 2015: Notes From the Floor on Three-Sensor 4K Cameras
At the 2014 NAB, Grass Valley dropped a bombshell when it introduced a three-sensor 4K camera, employing 2/3-inch CMOS chips, referred to as B4 mount.
Mar 06, 2015 / 10:00 AM
Gearing Up for the 2015 NAB Show
This may strike you as a bit early to be thinking about the 2015 NAB Show, but it’s been on our minds here in the editorial office for some weeks.
Feb 25, 2015 / 03:00 PM
Remembering the Early Days of L.A. Television
For most of us, it’s difficult to imagine a world devoid of television, or for that matter, a world where there were only one or two channel choices and television service was limited to just a few hours per day.
Nov 20, 2014 / 10:00 AM
Auction-Displaced LPTV Costs Could Reach $1 Billion
For those of us in the low-power television sector, the FCC’s upcoming Spectrum Incentive Auction has become either a potential fortune-maker, or business-killer.
Aug 11, 2014 / 02:00 PM
A Look Back at Broadcast Engineering Magazine
Broadcast Engineering magazine was a long-time favorite of mine, with articles that challenged me to learn more about video technology, and advertising that was often as educational as the articles.
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.
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