The FCC is considering a monumental change that will jeopardize its ability to control interference for the private sector.
At the 2014 NAB, Grass Valley dropped a bombshell when it introduced a three-sensor 4K camera, employing 2/3-inch CMOS chips, referred to as B4 mount.
For those of us in the low-power television sector, the FCC’s upcoming Spectrum Incentive Auction has become either a potential fortune-maker, or business-killer.
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At Sprint Nextel, we are making a New Year's resolution that hopefully many of you will share. No, it has nothing to do with losing those few extra pounds picked up over the holidays. Our resolution is to continue our progress on 2 GHz relocation by completing our first TV market relocations and kicking-off the remaining TV markets.