Higher-definition TV was upper-cased this week by the good folks of the Consumer Electronics Association, who decided to name 4KTV “Ultra-HD,” I guess because they could.
It's not enough to occasionally Google oneself any longer. We now have to keep track of our own data.
It seems the wireless industry doesn’t have any use for the 18 TV channels it obtained in 2008 auction of 700 MHz spectrum.
An NAB or two ago I asked Bill Lake if broadcasters could bid on spectrum in the 2014 incentive auction.
At least Dish deserves credit for launching its new commercial skipping set-top, with commercials you definitely want to skip.
Nine of the brightest legal minds in the Milky Way with a collective 141 years of service on the highest court in the United States of America punted this week on TV indecency. Again.
This is a finger-pointing screed about the machinations of spectrum policy reform that starts with a contemplation of reality TV.
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