Media Armageddon is coming. The end as we know it will come soon, starting as an epidemic of media mergers. The hundreds of media companies will be quickly consumed by a few, omnipotent corporations.
If broadcasters think European viewers will be content with 625-like digital video, they are wrong. Once TV viewers see HD images, they want it.
As I clicked through the channels, I discovered there are only three kinds of programming at this hour.
As NAB has grown, so too has the number of new products and technology demonstrations at the convention. There's frankly just too much there for any one
It seems that some of those in front of the (HD) camera aren't so pleased at the technology's high quality.
Note to NAB: Adequate seating near food venues is as important as catsup for the fries. Besides, you can now afford to devote the space.
Broadcast Engineering was recently privy to a series of secret tests on the latest improvements to 8-VSB chips for mobile reception.
As I was planning my trip, I entered the city's name in the MapQuest search engine, and I found five listings for Las Vegas.
Always looking for the latest news on digital TV, I received a tip in my e-mail saying that a new DTV chip had been discovered, one that claimed to make DTV reception easy and reliable.
We're proud to present the second annual Broadcast Engineering Engineering Excellence Awards. These awards recognize innovation, quality design and construction
The stereotype of women being focused on fashion and jewelry has just been shattered. Today's modern woman apparently loves her electronics about as much as we guys do.
The editors at Broadcast Engineering have developed an exciting new electronic magazine that provides the user with features that readers said they'd like to have in an electronic magazine.
Most readers understand that technology continually moves forward and that DTV not only will happen, but is already well along to full reality. Unfortunately, a few continue to ignore reality.
The ambiance of Amsterdam can't be compared with Las Vegas. Unfortunately, this year, there seemed to be several more reasons to compare IBC with NAB.
Our fearless FCC chairman, like his two predecessors, has fallen into the bad habit of blaming the wrong guys for the DTV “problem.” First, broadcasters
This year's IBC will be quite successful because it has evolved into much more than a broadcast event.
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