Let's kick off our annual analysis of the most striking of this year's Super Bowl ads by celebrating the editing principles behind these mixtures of entertainment and hype.
Good old analog NTSC is supposed to die one second after 11:59:59 p.m. on Dec. 31, 2006 (and, if the FCC had its way, it would be a year earlier than that). Will it?
IT-based systems will continue to offer dramatic improvements in price performance ratios, but they must be treated as the mission-critical infrastructures that they have become.
Lighting for television is a field of endeavor that has failed to capture the imagination of most book publishers.
Too many Web producers haphazardly encode any sound sent their way without consideration to optimizing it for Internet delivery.
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