No one person can understand the whole gamut of the industry — perhaps because it is clearly no longer a single industry
I entered the world of broadcasting in September 1963 when I was hired as a technical trainee at the BBC. The Beeb paid me a salary and, at the same time,
In the history of television, broadcasters have always led development both with their own internal research and development and by persuading manufacturers
I visited a semiconductor manufacturer a short while ago one of many visits I make every year when the manufacturers brief me on what they are up to and
The industry has changed in a way that many of the larger box vendors do not understand and have not accepted
I always seem to be harping about video, but what's happening in the world of audio? Are we, in fact, making any progress for the future of what we hear
We tend to think that we can do just about anything on the Web. But there's a curious thing that all providers of service avoid online: the ability to
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