Charter Will Test 'TV Everywhere'
- Canadian cable Ops enhance a local weapon. Careless, James // Multichannel News;02/28/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p30
Reports that Canadian cable television operators are sprucing up their community access channels. Absence of government mandate to carry them; Competitive edge against telephone companies and direct-to-home platforms.
- BEERSIE ENTERS THE VERNACULAR. // AdMedia;Jun2013, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p14
The article reviews the advertisement for New Zealand television channel SKY's new JONES! channel featuring shows of yesteryears.
- Moving at Wavelet speed. Laubach, Mark // CED;Jun2001, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p86
Discusses the benefits of wavelet modulation for existing cable television networks. Steep modulation stop-band; Quality of service; Channel capacities; Differences between downstream and upstream channels; Removal of digital speed bumps in the headend.
- Mixed Signals. Booth, Stephen A. // Adweek Eastern Edition;7/10/2000, Vol. 41 Issue 28, p40
Reports that broadcast groups in the United States are leasing parcels of their government-given digital television (DTV) bandwidth to startups that plan to use the air-space to beam Internet data to personal computers, instead of interactive programming to television. Requirement of a...
- The Truth About USTV. Woolmington, Paul // Campaign (UK);11/06/98, Issue 45, p40
Highlights the challenges faced by television viewers in New York in selecting among the 300 programs aired by stations in a four-hour span. Average number of channels per household and per cable telvision network; List of the names of several television channels; Comments on the difficulty of...
- Minority Programmers Seek Carriage. Hogan, Monica // Multichannel News;02/05/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p3
Reports the call for Afro-American public interest channels in the United States. Need for cable and direct-broadcasting operators to represent minority and religious groups; Challenges facing EchoStar Communications Corp.; Financial obligations of broadcasters.
- Strike five for 60-69. McConnell, Bill // Broadcasting & Cable;7/16/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 30, p30
Reports that the United States government's ordered auction of television channel spectrums 60-69 was delayed as federal regulators continued to struggle with spectrum-clearing rules aimed at getting broadcasters off the frequencies before 2006. Efforts of broadcast and wireless companies in...
- Hill giving on channel giveback. Albiniak, Paige // Broadcasting & Cable;06/23/97, Vol. 127 Issue 26, p8
Reports that the US Senate and House commerce committees have forwarded legislation that would tie the return of the analog television spectrum to market tests. House bill's empowerment of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to order the return of the channels after 2006; Spectrum fees...
- When Does the 6-MHz Channel Disappear? Ellis, Leslie // Multichannel News;9/17/2012, Vol. 33 Issue 36, p36
The article informs that video channels broadcasting programs at the frequency of six megahertz no longer exist in the U.S.