Video on demand (VOD) and interactive television (iTV) currently seem to be popular topics with broadcasters.
In the early days of broadcasting, “the patch panel” was the only way to get sources and destinations changed that were otherwise hardwired to each other.
Accom will provide two turnkey broadcast equipment packages incorporating the Abekas 8150 Digital Vision mixer with Dveous digital video effects.
The rapidly evolving MPEG-4 standard reduces bandwidth and storage requirements and improves video quality relative to MPEG-2.
Rep. Billy Tauzin (R-LA), who chairs the House Energy and Commerce Committee, held a meeting in late October on how to speed up the DTV transition.
Does 8VSB work? In a word, yes, but it needs all the help the technical community can give it to replicate the coverage of its grandpa - analog NTSC - and a whole lot more.
Resilience may best describe how America treats adversity. It may also represent well how the broadcasters in New York City met this nation's most recent tragedy.
While a conventional LMS algorithm can cancel static ghosts, it will not handle dynamic ghosts. One of the major issues plaguing the acceptance of digital
Cost savings can be achieved through the consolidation of personnel from five or 10 stations into a single facility. With the spiraling costs of doing
Florida is implementing a communications tax for DTH services beginning on Oct. 21. North Carolina included in its proposed 2001-2003 state budget a provision
Satellites are no different from any other taxable movable personal property. Los Angeles County Tax Assessor, Rick Auerbach recently planned to impose
This year's Society for Information Display (SID) convention was a showcase for makers of display devices of every ilk. Exhibitors at SID are the people
The old saying is that only two things are for certain, death and taxes. To this, should be added The latter is probably truer than the former. This is
Results showed clear, seamless transmissions from a network that communicates up to 45,000 times faster than modems currently in use. Internet protocol,
The Bush budget would impose an annual charge to broadcasters of $198 million for the use of legacy analog transmitters. President Bush is adopting a
As broadcast equipment becomes more sophisticated, especially in the digital domains, the speed at which information is transferred, processed, etc.,
The U.S. Court of Appeals has thrown out Federal Communications Commission (FCC) restrictions on the number of subscribers cable operators can serve.
Copyright, probably Hollywood's biggest fixation, hasn't as yet gotten the press in the digital era that other issues have received. It is a topic of
A suggestion at recent Senate hearings that broadcasters need more time to transition to digital television was not well received by lawmakers. Even so,
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