BRAD DICK, EDITORIAL DIRECTOR
Question: What is an exaflood? My first computer, a Radio Shack TRS-80, had 16K of memory and used a cassette tape for data I/O. Today, one of my several
What electronic device recently celebrated its 60th anniversary? Not sure? Here are some hints. It was called the greatest invention of the 20th century.
In early January, Senator John Sununu (R-NH) announced he was writing legislation that would prohibit the FCC from imposing technology mandates on the
Did people ever make fun of you as a kid? Maybe your ears were large. Or, maybe your voice was too high or low, depending on your sex. There could be
Pressure is building toward the Feb. 17, 2009, analog shutoff. TV set makers, broadcast associations, and cable and satellite vendors are all gearing
Net neutrality. You've heard the term, but what exactly does it mean to broadcasters? The debate is focused on whether laws and regulation should dictate
For those who experienced the early days of television with its black-and-white images, limited channels and snowy pictures, today's television resembles
You are holding today's version of a broadcast/production equipment catalog. It's filled with products, technology and solutions. If you want it, it's
I got to seriously thinking about interference recently when both my home and work computers began to emit strange sounds. At random times, on both systems,
With all the media noise recently generated over Google's predicted Gphone, you'd think all other technology was blas. The press gave the impression that
The list is long and time is short as our intrepid technology manager challenges the elements in his quest to get the best products he can afford from a vast array of providers
In the television industry, we enjoy a variety of conventions, conferences and seminars. Once we get past the NAB convention, the size of the events targeted at this industry fall off rapidly
Recently, there have been efforts to get broadcasters to cooperate in delivering content to viewers in new ways, ones that would let them participate in the revenue.
Entries for the 2005 Broadcast Engineering Excellence Awards were announced in the December 2004 Digital Reference Guide. That issue contained 32 entries,
You've heard the crying. Boo hoo, it's tough out there. We're not making any money (or not as much as we used to). Those mean 'ol cable and satellite
AT NAB, I quickly become an How do I know that? Because literally everyone asks me what I think is the hottest thing at the show, what's drawing all the
In-car TVs are the latest innovation to emerge from automated technology. Find out why the editor thinks this new technology may drive people crazy
It seems that viewers are so confused about HD that almost half don't know if HD programming is available in their area and 23 percent don't even know if they have an HDTV set!
When comparing studio images with ENG-generated images, some of the studio content looks like it came from a TK42
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