- Aging Viewers: The Best Is Yet to Be. Grossman, Lawrence K. // Columbia Journalism Review;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p68
States that people age 50 and older constitute the majority of those who watch television news in United States. Strategies used by television news producers to lighten the content of their newscasts; Factors which prove that the aging generation is no longer the rocking chair generation;...
- Broadcast Forum: Broadcasters speak out. // World Broadcast Engineering;Feb2001, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p12
Reports on the deployment of digital technologies by European broadcasters. Series of interviews with top broadcast journalists; Vendor relations.
- Latin America unpredictable but still a force. Stilson, Janet // Electronic Media;1/7/2002, Vol. 20 Issue 53, p12
Reports the importance of the programmers on television broadcasting industry in Latin America. Theme of the National Association of Television Program Executives conference; Views of Alberto Ciurana, vice president of programming on television programs; Company operation of Televisa.
- Eastern Europe puts programs into mix. Dziadul, Chris // Electronic Media;1/7/2002, Vol. 20 Issue 53, p18
Reports the changes in the television programs of broadcasting industry in Eastern Europe. Theme of the conference of National Association of Television Program Executives 2002; Performance of Telewizja Polska; Effect of the appointment of Jiri Balvin as director general on Cable Television;...
- Spinning the Web: Web TV Japan. Nakada, Gail // Computing Japan;Aug99, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p42
Focuses on the evolution of WebTV in Japan. Comments from WebTV/Microsoft (Japan) Chairman Susumu Furukawa; Marketing strategies of companies in the set-top box field; Cost of WebTV Plus; Features of Oracle's NCTV; Target consumers of set-top boxes.
- Business. // Broadcast Engineering;Mar1998, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p332
Focuses on developments related to digital television, current as of March 1998. Includes SkyStream Corp.'s formation of a strategic alliance with International Datacasting Corp.; ASC Audio Video Corp.'s decision to move its corporate headquarters to a new location; Vela Research Inc.'s...
- Getting into business. McGoldrick, Paul // Broadcast Engineering;Mar1998, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p352
Deals with the different types of startups in the digital television industry. Problem of focusing too much on engineering; Major shifts at the analog semiconductor manufacturers; Successful companies' ability to identify the market opportunity correctly.
- Real Broadcast Network's Internet Broadcast Operations Center. Siegel, Mark // Broadcast Engineering;Apr2001, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p60
Reports on the all-digital Internet Broadcast Operations Center of the Real Broadcast Network (RBN). Description of the Digital System Technology used by RBN; Noise reduction process in storing and in-streaming bits; Functions of CompuSat, an automated dish control and satellite recording system.
- DTV update. // Broadcast Engineering;Apr2001, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p92
Presents several products utilized by the digital television broadcasting industry as of April 1, 2001. Multicast transmission system; Digital disk recorder; Animation system.