DTV or bust, says Kennard

Jessell, Harry A.
September 1998
Broadcasting & Cable;09/21/98, Vol. 128 Issue 39, p22
Focuses on the role of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in digital television (DTV) market in the United States. Details on the speech given by Bill Kennard, chairman of FCC at the International Radio and Television Society meeting; Plans of FCC for DTV.


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