Hedging our bets

Hashmi, Yasmin; Plumbridge, Stella
November 1999
World Broadcast News;Nov99, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p16
Trade Publication
Presents an outlook for the broadcasting industry in the third millennium. Continued importance of the Internet; Need for manufacturers concerned with random access radio to take the Internet into account; Interoperability issues.


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