Brad Dick, editor
Have you ever second-guessed yourself about one of those life decisions? You'd done all your homework and worked things through carefully only to discover
As readers will recall from last month's column, I've made my own commitment to the HDTV revolution. I keep looking for confirmation that I haven't made
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
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
There's trouble brewing for the cable and satellite industries. There's an increasing resistance to higher fees just for the privilege of watching TV.
In Part 2 of our series looking at industry spending plans, we examine the state of editing technology. The data in this report was gathered from Broadcast
Larry Thorpe, vice president, Acquisition Systems for Sony Electronics, has been named the winner of the NAB 2000 Television Engineering Achievement Award.
I usually spend this pre-NAB space promoting the upcoming convention. I'm always excited about the show and love to talk about it. But this year, I've