- THE 100 The Top 10. // CableFAX Magazine;Apr2014, p6
The article features the top 10 corporate executives who were listed in the CableFax 100. Executives include Brian Roberts, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of American telecommunications company Comcast Corp., Stephen B. Burke, CEO of media and entertainment company NBCUniversal, and...
- Consumer electronics fueling growth. Wade, Will // Electronic News;03/02/98, Vol. 44 Issue 2208, p1
Focuses on the demand for analog systems in the consumer electronics market in the United States. Sales of the analog industry from the consumer electronics segment; Forecasts on the future of the analog industry; Challenges in the integration of analog parts to digital electronic components.
- What Comcast Could Buy. Farrell, Mike // Multichannel News;12/31/2007, Vol. 28 Issue 51, p2
The article lists the top 25 cable multiple-system operators that Comcast could buy in the U.S., including Cablevision Systems, Bright House Networks and Suddenlink Communications.
- Depreciation policies reviewed. // Accountancy;Aug1993, Vol. 112 Issue 1200, p83
This article reports on the decision of Cable & Wireless (C&W) to revise the lives of analogue cables as of August 1993. Cable & Wireless has revised the lives of analogue cables so that all existing equipment will be fully depreciated by the year 2000. Analogue is defined as the traditional...
- Video Sales Were Weak During April. Tarr, Greg // TWICE: This Week in Consumer Electronics;05/21/2001, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p3
Reports the decrease in the video sales of the consumer electronics industry in Washington as of June 2001. Condition of the video hardware sales; Decline in the sales of the analog projection television; Details on the percentage loss in sales.
- Analog Sunset Inspires Profitable Digital Upgrade Opportunities. Zuiden, Gordon Van // Residential Systems;Nov2011, Vol. 12 Issue 11, p18
The article presents the author's views over the digitalization of the analog-based electronic infrastructures installed in the consumers' home. The author states that customers now like to listen and view content from cloud-based services and also want to control objects of their home through...
- Analog TV Keeps Tornado Victims Tuned In. Malone, Michael // Broadcasting & Cable;2/23/2009, Vol. 139 Issue 8, p20
The article reports on the relevance of the analog television in Oklahoma and Texas. According to the article, these analogs are supposed to be shut off by several broadcasting stations and these will be replaced with digital television. Meanwhile, the citizens of the two states' suburban areas...
- Dixons sends out wrong signal with 'no analogue radios' story. Douglas, Torin // Marketing Week;8/24/2006, Vol. 29 Issue 34, p17
The author reflects on the decision of electrical chain Dixons Group PLC to stop selling analog radio and concentrate on its digital successor in Great Britain. The decision of Dixons was mainly driven by the market growth of digital radios. The author asserted that the move of the company...
- Comcast plans to deploy super-fast cable to help it compete with Google. // Wire Journal International;Oct2015, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p16
The article highlights the plan of mass media company Comcast to introduce a next-generation cable technology that would allow the company to compete at the same speed offered by Google Fiber.