The TV symposium Phoenix: World Television Forum

October 1999
World Broadcast News;Oct99, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
Previews the 2000 World Television Forum which will discuss key issues involved in the global transition to digital broadcasting technology. Target attendance; Ownership and operation of the event by a nonprofit organization; Companies that have expressed their support for the forum; Structure of the program.


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