Frank Beacham is an independent writer based in New York.
It’s one thing to inflate piracy figures, but the MPAA and RIAA have far more dangerous ideas for the future.
I suspect it is the first step in a grand design that will offer a new multimedia distribution platform that could reinvent the journalism business.
There are many people with professional video skills who are out of work and looking for new opportunities. If you're one of them, read on.
Those of us who grew up in the “portable” revolution of video sometimes wrap our memories in nostalgia.
People are giving away their privacy online more than ever before. Sadly, they don’t seem to know or care about it.
One of the interesting things about getting older and having survived as a freelancer is that younger people ask for advice.
Who could have predicted that Apple's iPhone would forever change television and democratize the way the nation receives its news and information?
The report has some of the best new thinking I've heard yet about what's needed to reinvent the news media in the United States.
Cable companies are scrambling to find ways to give paying subscribers access to their programming on the Web.
The RIAA announced recently it has abandoned the mass lawsuits it has been bringing against Internet users who it claims steal music.
The winds of change have begun blowing through Washington, D.C. But how will we know what's happening?
Though his plate will be full on many fronts including the economy, two wars and health care, the president-elect has promised to bring quick and major change to American communications technology.
After more than a decade of denials, we now know how important a good rooftop, rotor-driven antenna will be to millions of people wanting to receive DTV signals.
One of the clear trends in this first decade of the 21st century is the rapid move toward mobile telephony and wireless computing.
A closer look at what happened in Wilmington only confirms what's been known for years: Simply knowing the DTV transition will occur doesn't fix the antenna and reception problems certain to follow.
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