The new line of cinema tools includes the basic Cinema EOS C300 camera body in either PL or EF mount and seven new PL and EF lenses.
Google revealed its highly anticipated Google TV product. Google TV is a combination of software and hardware that merges the Internet and TV.
Do it smaller, cheaper, lighter, faster, and by the way, in HD. That was David Mazza's assignment for this year's Summer Olympics in Beijing. As senior
At the recent Broadcast Engineering News Technology Summit, I learned that today's media managers and engineers don't recognize what younger people want
Soon, branding will need to market to the core image of a station, not just the station's OTA channel number.
It's said that packaging is everything. You can sell smelly socks if they come wrapped in an attractive box. After viewing the recent debacles on the
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and your best buds, Congress, are hard at work again trying to prevent you from enjoying all that content
The Winter Olympics is a quadannual event that allows nations to highlight their best winter sports athletics. Those events are highly desired images
Determining what IT network equipment may be best suited and available to improve the workflow at your facility can be difficult
If you're to believe House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman W.J. “Billy” Tauzin (R-La.) and Ranking Democrat John Dingel (D-Mich.), television stations
Our goal was to improve the presentation, while keeping the award-winning contents that keep readers coming back.
This month we begin a six-part series on the technology plans for broadcasters, cable systems/networks and production facilities. This state-of-the-industry
A January report from DFC Intelligence (www.dbpwebcasttrack.com) shows that video streaming on the Internet grew by 215 percent in 2000. More than 900
Broadcast Engineering hosted the 7th annual Digital Television conference in early December in Atlanta, GA. The conference marked an important turn for
Outside antennas are in! Dear Editor, As a residential and commercial TV antenna system installer, I have a lot of experience with what it takes to receive
Well, the world didn't crash as we entered the real new millennium. So it's time to make a few resolutions and predict where things will be one year from
As I was closing the books on 2000, I ran across some background materials saved as fodder for editorials throughout the year. As I looked through the
Boy, did I kick over a hornet's nest with my August editorial "Kill the 8VSB Frankenstein." From some of the e-mail I received, you'd think I was going
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