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Murphy, Kerrie
June 1997
Bulletin with Newsweek;06/03/97, Vol. 116 Issue 6074, p54
Discusses the move toward digital television, with high definition television and satellite broadcasting. The decision from the US Federal Communications Commission's Advanced Television Systems Committee to not mandate which formats should be used in the transition between standard definition and high definition television; The efforts of Microsoft Corp. and Compaq Computers to bring high definition television capabilities to personal computers.


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