Retrans Redux: Hearst Outpaces
- For Stations, It's 'Our' Potential. Greppi, Michele // Television Week;10/9/2006, Vol. 25 Issue 38, p14
The article reports that executives of major station groups agree that there is revenue to be generated by delivering programs on-demand, on download and on delivery. According to Terry Mackin, Hearst-Argyle Television Executive VP, traffic on the downloads may produce revenue because video is...
- KATRINA HURTS AFFILS. Learmonth, Michael // Daily Variety;9/8/2005, Vol. 288 Issue 47, p4
Reports on the impact of the Hurricane Katrina on the television stations in Gulf States. Decision of Hearst-Agyle Television Inc. to withdraw its quarterly earnings guidance; Decision of WDSU station to stay off the air after the hurricane hit; Other networks affected by the hurricane.
- Battlefield Des Moines. Romano, Allison // Broadcasting & Cable;3/28/2005, Vol. 135 Issue 13, p19
Presents updates on Des Moines, Iowa, one of the largest television market in the U.S. Comments from Paul Fredericksen, president and general manager of Hearst-Argyle's CBS affiliate KCCI, on Des Moines; Gross revenue of Des Moines in 2004; Information on KCCI.
- TV Exec: Retrans Cash Coming. Moss, Linda // Multichannel News;11/22/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 47, p49
Reports on revenue increases experienced by Hearst-Argyle Television Inc. brought by its retransmission consent fees in 2004. Amount of revenue gained by Hearst-Argyle from such fees over the past three years; Views on the plan of telephone companies to deliver video; Total fees collected by...
- TELEVISION TRANSLATION. // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;04/04/2000, Vol. 326 Issue 24, pS-26
Presents a country-by-country look at television markets around the world. Inclusion of Australian networks' triplecasting in analog, standard definition television and high-definition television; High cable television penetration in Belgium; Emergence of technological convergence in the...
- The EBU/SMPTE Task Force - Part II, Systems. GILMER, BRAD // Broadcast Engineering;Feb99, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p40
Part II. Explores a report on the future of television technology and its impact on the industry at large published by the EBU/SMPTE Task Force. Information on the systems model; Items included in typical planes within a broadcast facility; List of essential characteristics identified as...
- How to avoid the hidden costs of Channel 5. Fox, Barry // New Scientist;10/6/90, Vol. 128 Issue 1737, p22
Reports on the inclusion of a clause in the Broadcasting Bill in Great Britain which prohibits television viewers from free retuning of all video recorders, satellite receivers and video games which may suffer interference from the proposed Channel 5 television station. Television transmission...
- Tech woes trouble private start-ups. Hodgson, Martin // Variety;08/03/98, Vol. 371 Issue 12, p33
Deals with the technical problems in Colombia's private television (TV) channels. Afternoon and evening rating of start-up nets Caracol and RCN; Weak signals of private channels; Criticism on Colombian TV legislation.
- Transmitters. Markley, Don; Slate, Tim; Plonka, Bob // Broadcast Engineering;Mar1999, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p154
Examines the key specifications that need to be considered when selecting a digital television transmitter. Differences between vacuum devices and solid state; Issue on the National Television System Committee system; Specifications that can contribute to linear signal performance.