One could feel electricity in the air as the crowded room overflowed Monday morning at the mobile TV meeting at the NAB convention. Broadcasters, all
What could have been a relatively smooth transition to digital television is turning into an all-out political war. The recent movie title, There Will
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
This year's Broadcast Engineering Excellence awards totaled 45?entries. The contest pages posted on our Web site generated more than 23,000 page views!
Developments in high-speed Internet and low-cost local storage, in addition to an increasing supply of companies willing to deliver video over IP, are
What electronic device recently celebrated its 60th anniversary? Not sure? Here are some hints. It was called the greatest invention of the 20th century.
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
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
It's that time of year again. Your doorbell rings and when you answer, you're greeted with little costumed munchkins begging for candy and promising tricks
Pressure is building toward the Feb. 17, 2009, analog shutoff. TV set makers, broadcast associations, and cable and satellite vendors are all gearing
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,
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
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
You could hear the collective gasp from the entire television broadcast industry when Rep. John Dingell, D-MI, chairman of the House Energy and Commerce
This year's Broadcast Engineering Excellence awards totaled 50 entries, which exceeded last year's total of 42. In addition, the contest pages posted
In early January, Senator John Sununu (R-NH) announced he was writing legislation that would prohibit the FCC from imposing technology mandates on the
New research from Harris Interactive says we baby boomers feel that Madison Avenue has forgotten we exist. The study, commissioned by the TV Land cable network, shows that two-thirds of adult
For those who experienced the early days of television with its black-and-white images, limited channels and snowy pictures, today's television resembles
The problem with television is it's too _____ . Maybe you think that television is too liberal, too conservative or too violent. But,
Looks like America's OTA viewers may soon be repeating Oliver Twist's line from the Charles Dickens classic, begging for more than TV table scraps. The
Have you ever been to a museum or novelty store that displayed holographic images or perhaps even offered them for sale? It's amazing how three-dimensional
Have you ever installed an upgrade service pack on your computer? How'd it go? Perhaps like me, less than perfect. After installing Microsoft's SP2 on
The eco-czars’ answer to ever larger TV sets is that they be made more efficient with such federally mandated “features” as sleep modes and require efficiency labels
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