A new broadband media

Puetz, John
July 2000
Satellite Communications;Jul2000, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses on the companies Geocast and iBlast Networks which provide broadband services using data transport capability hidden away in the high-definition television standard for the United States, ATSC. Information on the ATSC standard; Details on the Geocast's broadband services; Strengths of iBlast's broadband services.


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