Odds and Ends, High and Dry

Masciarotte, Oliver
February 2006
Mix;Feb2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p114
The article looks into the effect of broadcast teleproduction on audio artistry in the U.S. The current Federal Communications Commission-mandated digital television standard has resulted in costly production and delivery infrastructure of consumer electronics. The agency has decided not to impose a dual-carriage requirement on cable operators. INSET: Opps, I Did It Again.


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