The stage is set for a seismic battle between the over-the-air (OTA) broadcast industry and the most powerful political animals in the world: a Congress
According to the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the FCC is dealing with so much paperwork that it requires 57 million burden hours just to process
You can spot an NAB Show newbie a mile away. These are people either walking around in a complete daze, or as hyped as a new puppy. To help prevent overload,
This year there were 40 entries in Broadcast Engineering's Excellence Awards contest. The winning entries were selected based on more than 30,000 votes
Along with a continued spell of global warming It's 4 degrees with a windchill of 20 below outside as I write this the news of impending monumental changes
I was cruising along to work one morning when a small VW Bug whipped up beside me on the right. Looking over, I noticed it was being driven by a young
Dark, ominous clouds of potentially cataclysmic, business-changing proportions are brewing in Washington. Formed by converging forces of progressive-philosophy-leaning
Your last hurrah may be on the 11 p.m. news. It seems at least one group of TV stations has decided to run obituaries. Until now, obits were the exclusive
Apple and AT&T recently found themselves in hot water with the FCC when Google complained about its Voice application not being allowed on Apple's iPhone.
I recently had the pleasure of spending about a week with my young adult niece as she visited me between college semesters. The visit turned out to be
I recently stumbled across the TV program Living with Ed. The show stars Ed Begley Jr. and his wife, Rachelle Carson. Begley is probably best known for
Breezing through the garbage, euphemistically called press releases, that crosses my desk daily, I came across one from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).
There's a new competitor coming to your viewers' TV sets: the Internet. No, I'm not talking about the Internet being viewed on a computer; I'm talking
It's been amazing to see the speed with which Al Gore and his minions have been able to convince most of world that the planet's death is just around
Four years ago, I purchased a new home, which came equipped with Energy Star-compliant appliances. From day one, the dishwasher refused to fully dry the
This year there were 45 entries in Broadcast Engineering's Excellence Awards contest. The winning entries were selected based on thousands of votes we
We've all heard about how wasteful the government is when it comes to spending our money. Examples include the $100 million wasted to purchase 270,000
How's your station doing, economically speaking? Are sales above last year? If your station is like most other companies, times are probably tough. For
I'm typing with clinched teeth this morning as the news reports continue nonstop about the automotive industry's demand that taxpayers bail out its poorly
What will you be doing on the morning of Feb. 17, 2009? I'm guessing a lot of Broadcast Engineering readers will be answering viewer telephone calls.
After enduring a 22-hour, door-to-door travel time getting home from IBC, I'm ready to endorse children-free airplanes. I was unfortunate enough to encounter
I recently spent an entire day cleaning my basement. One result was a small mountain of old computers and electronics to be trashed. My first thought
What's your favorite comfort food? For a Midwesterner, it might be chicken fried steak and mashed potatoes. For a Bostonian, comfort food might be clam
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