News moves to three screens

October 2007
Broadcast Engineering;Oct2007, Vol. 49 Issue 10, pS11
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the views of several executives from the broadcasting industry in the U.S. concerning the use of Web in broadcasting. According to Johnathon Howard, if television stations do not search for ways to leverage the Web, they risk losing ground to newspapers. Ed Casaccia states that broadcast television newsrooms have a great advantage because they already have the infrastructure. Further, Paul Slavin adds that broadcasters need to find ways to modify the broadcasting industry.


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