Hollywood, the Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Association (CEMA) and their puppets in Congress may start to control a lot more than your TV set.
I just returned from my summer foray to Singapore to partake in this year's BroadcastAsia show. It was my first trip to both the convention and the location.
Given the dire premonitions from many circles, one would have thought that the mood at this year's NAB convention would resemble a funeral rather than a trade show.
What engineer out there hasn't been called upon to replace a light switch, circuit breaker or other electrical device? Most of us have, I'll bet.
So are you planning on coming to the National Association of Everything (NAE) convention in April in Las Vegas? It's really called the National Association of Broadcasters, but now I call it the NAE.
It seems that the EBU is following an example set by the U.S. Consumer Electronics Association by moving rapidly to prevent consumers and viewers from misappropriating content.
Another survey reinforces what we've been saying — that consumers are finally opening their pocketbooks to buy DTV.
It looks like FCC Chairman Michael Powell is finally putting some air back in the nation's DTV system.
I have to acknowledge that even I, one who should know better, have become media-desirous. I finally got cable.
Sometimes the oldest ideas make for the best new inventions. I thought of that recently as I was researching some ideas for articles in Broadcast Engineering.
In part V of our series on the industry's building plans, we focus on RF systems. Specifically we'll look at key issues related to the purchase and scheduled implementation of DTV.
This month's issue of Broadcast Engineering provides readers with a truly unique and important article regarding our industry. For years now, stations
Many radio stations recently decided to stop simulcasting their programming over the internet because of a ruling by U.S. District Judge Berele Schiller.
This is Part IV of our series on research of the State of the Industry. This month we look at facilities' plans for storage technology. The results show
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