Citations with the tag: TELEVISION frequency allocation
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- 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...
- 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.
- 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...
- 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...
- 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.
- Q2: A lifestyle alternative.
Edelson, Sharon // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 8/3/1993, Vol. 166 Issue 23, p16
Reports on cable network QVC's Q2 channel. Appointment of Candice Carpenter as Q2 president; Show categories; Lifestyle underpinnings; Fashion as strong element; Replacement of The QVC Fashion Channel; Expansion of base of viewers; Range of price points.
- China pay-TV plan still too premature.
Edelson, Sharon // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper; 8/8/2003, p21
China's grand plan to launch pay-television channels appear to have been dealt a blow by a funding crunch. On several counts, the brief to national broadcaster China Central Television to launch 10 pay-television channels later this year is perhaps a little too premature. At this stage, China's...
- Soccer-driven channels charge into Latin America.
Cajueiro, Marcelo; Dallas, Jo // Multichannel News; 03/06/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p50
Reports the influx of soccer-driven sports channels in Brazil. Names of stations seeking regional coverage of soccer competitions; Implementation of Spanish-speaking broadcast signals across Latin America; Plans of cable networks to build programming and cable-system powerhouse.
- 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...
- Encore: Waiting for VOD.
Steinert-Threlkeld, Tom // Inter@ctive Week; 07/12/99, Vol. 6 Issue 28, p5
Deals with the improvement brought by video-on-demand (VOD) on the channels offered by cable companies. Benefits offered by VOD on cable companies; Information on a broadband network offered by On2.com company for cable companies; Challenges faced by On2.com in supporting cable companies.
- ROOM FOR 1 MORE?
Groves, Don // Variety; 6/28/2004, Vol. 395 Issue 7, p20
Reports on a proposal made by media and advertising tycoon John Singleton to launch an all Australian channel. Discussion on the issue at the Australian Broadcasting Authority's annual conference held in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory on June 23 through 24, 2004; Effect of a fourth...
- 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.
- Channel 4 adding 4.
Boehm, Erich // Variety; 09/25/2000, Vol. 380 Issue 6, p57
Reports on the plans of Channel 4, a television (TV) channel in London, England to launch three film channels and bow its general entertainment pay TV channel E4. Features of three additional film channels to be launched by Channel 4; Cable TV companies that might carry E4; TV programs to be...
- Reallocating TV channels 60-69.
Martin, Harry C. // Broadcast Engineering; Feb98, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p28
Focuses on a government proposal to develop rules for public safety services that will operate in the channel 60-69 spectrum in the United States. Update of channel assignments; US Federal Communication Commission's plan to impose fees for ancillary digital television signals.
- Fields pushes mini-auction.
McConnell, Chris // Broadcasting & Cable; 6/03/96, Vol. 126 Issue 24, p9
Reports on the concern of television broadcasters over possible trimming of their channels by the Federal Communications Commission and Congress. Rumored advocacy by Representative Jack Fields of draft legislation to auction spectrum at the high end of the UHF band; Implications of keeping new...
- BRIEFLY NOTED.
McConnell, Chris // Electronic Media; 12/17/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 51, p4
Focuses on the announcement of winning auction bidders for broadcast channels 52 to 59 by the Federal Communications Commission in the United States. Rules for the auctions of channels 60 to 69; Details on the plan to let broadcasters cash in by vacating channels 60 to 69; Adoption of rules for...
- Tennis Channel Lobs Up Initial Tourney Slate.
Umstead, R. Thomas // Multichannel News; 11/12/2001, Vol. 22 Issue 46, p18
Reports the launching of the Tennis Channel on the cable televisions in the United States. Inclusions on the tournament coverage; Negotiations between cable and satellite distributors concerning carriage commitments; Citations on the coverage of the channel's initial slate.
- 500 channels.
O'Brien, Tom // World & I; Jan98, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p90
Focuses on technologies that have expanded the number of television channels in the United States. Features of DirectTV, multipoint distribution and WebTV; `Niched-ness' is sports and news programming; Nostalgia period pieces; Difficulties in listing and rating televisionprograms; Coping with...
- Privatization of Hungary frequencies still on track.
Nadler, John // Variety; 05/05/97, Vol. 367 Issue 1, p231
Focuses on the Hungarian privatization authority's (ORTT) request for bidders to re-submit application documentation for the planned privatization of two national television frequencies in 1997. Bidding battle between CME/Intercom and a partnership between Scandinavian Broadcast System (SBS)...
- Clinton, APCO, Congress, weigh in on channels 60-69 auction.
Silva, Jeffrey // RCR; 7/15/96, Vol. 15 Issue 28, p3
Discusses various aspects of the proposed auction of lightly used television channels 60-69 before the end of 10 to 15-year transition period to convert from analog to digital broadcast technology. Opposition to broadcasters ownership of digital channels; Impact of spectrum on television...
- Public safety could get some TV channels.
Silva, Jeffrey // RCR; 7/22/96, Vol. 15 Issue 29, p1
Reports on the government's promise to give the public safety community a chunk of television channels 60-69 in exchange for supporting efforts to free up that spectrum for auctions. Circumvention of normal rulemaking processes; Relationship between the executive branch and the independent...
- LMCC proposes timeline for 60-69 reallocation.
Wayne, Debra // RCR; 03/24/97, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p21
Reports that the Land Mobile Communications Council has proposed a time period for the reallocation of 60-69 UHF channels to various business industries in Washington. Reference to a letter sent to the Federal Communications Commission; Expected completion of the reallocation; When rules should...
Wayne, Debra // Crain's New York Business; 9/25/2006, Vol. 22 Issue 39, p2
A correction to an article about the Fox News Channel that was published in the September 18, 2006 issue is presented.
- CHANNELWEB FEEDBACK.
Wayne, Debra // CRN; 7/28/2008, Issue 1270, p10
The article presents statistics on the percentage rate of symantec channel conflict.
- TV options.
Wayne, Debra // New Scientist; 7/31/93, Vol. 139 Issue 1884, p11
Reports on Great Britain's Independent Television Commission's publication of a consultation document on allocation of the television frequencies which the Home Office wants to sell for a fifth television service. Terms of the Broadcasting Act of 1990; Selling options of the Home Office.
- Auction inaction.
B.M. // Broadcasting & Cable; 5/20/2002, Vol. 132 Issue 21, p4
Reports the auction of frequencies used for television channels 52-69 by the Federal Communications Commission in the U.S. Plans of Congress on the issue; Details on the bidding deal of Senator Ted Stevens; Comments of entrepreneur Bud Paxson on the postponement of the bidding.
B.M. // Wired; Feb2009, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p24
The article lists the television channel frequencies found in the U.S.
- Extra terrestrials.
B.M. // Televisual; May2008 Intellectual Factual Suppl, p27
The article discusses that the major digital channels have become significant commissioners of factual content in the production sectors in Great Britain. It says that the international factual specialists Discovery Channel and National Geographic are greatly contingent in their ancient...
- Rebranding uktvG2 as Dave.
B.M. // Televisual; Jul2008, p57
The article provides information about the rebranding of uktvG2 as Dave which is considered as one of the most successful rebrands. It discusses how the action was able to put uktvG2, noted as an ignored television channel, back on track in the television industry. In line with this, the article...
- Matching resilience to channel priorities.
Johnsson, Fredrik // TVB Europe; Aug2006, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p28
The article discusses how Stockholm, Sweden-based TV4 built an integrated playout center that could support its channels and allow it to expand in the future. Internally, the firm developed some its ideas of the infrastructure it needed for the center. Top of the firm's list of requirements for...
- New Study: Urban LPFMs Might Be Just Fine.
McConnell, Bill; Eggerton, John // Broadcasting & Cable; 7/21/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 29, p12
Focuses on the expansion of low power frequency modulation (LPFM) service. Manipulation of LPFM on third-adjacent channels; Hindrance caused to the introduction of low-power stations in urban markets.
- New Channel 59-69 band-clearing plan.
McConnell, Bill; Eggerton, John // Broadcast Engineering; Nov2001, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p22
Reports on the efforts of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to clear channels 59-69. Reasons for the delay in the auctioning of the frequencies; Problems facing broadcasters using channels 59-69; Information on the FCC Registration Number.
- Advocates Sue for Philly Access Nets.
Haugsted, Linda // Multichannel News; 4/1/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 13, p10
Reports the lawsuit filed by advocates on the availability of public channels in Philadelphia. Appeal of advocates on the enforcement of the 1984 ordinance; Statement of Danielle Redden, campaign manager for the Philadelphia Community Access Coalition; Relationship between government and...
- All for one and one for all?
Haugsted, Linda // TVB Europe; Feb2010, p26
The article discusses the views of James Gilbert, joint managing director at Pixel Power Ltd., about Channel in a Box Television (TV) technologies in Europe. He says that there is no absolute single definition of such technology, but in essence, it is an integrated playout box. He emphasizes...
- Archiving content for Channel in a Box TV.
Twine, Howard // TVB Europe; Feb2010, p29
The article explores the advantages and disadvantages of Channel in a Box Television (TV) technology. It is considered that this technology has made combined solutions possible, potentially lowering costs and providing vendors and providers with new revenue opportunities. It can also create,...
- Baghdad regulator to fine broadcasters.
HAMID, TRISKA // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 3/11/2011, Vol. 55 Issue 10, p14
The article reports on Iraq's Communication and Media Commission (CMC) which has threatened to fine all television (TV) and satellite channels that have been broadcasting to Iraq since 2003. It reports on CMC which has accused the broadcasters of using the spectrums without permission. However...
- FCC takes back channels 60-69.
McConnell, Chris // Broadcasting & Cable; 07/07/97, Vol. 127 Issue 28, p14
Reports that the United States Federal Communications Commission will reclaim television channels 60-69. Plan to allow mobile telephones and two-way radio to operate in the band; Possibility that future auction winners might use the channels to carry new television signals; Reallocation scheme.
- Tube fanaticism sparks network battleground.
Richardson, Rick // Variety; 06/22/98, Vol. 371 Issue 7, p42
Deals with the television fanatics in Warsaw, Poland. Comparison on the hours spend by average person in front of the television than the average European viewer; Information on the television channels launched in Poland in 1997; Details on the conflict between the Polish pay television outlets...
- ATN signs sponsors for preview channel.
Teft, Roger // Orange County Business Journal; 02/23/98, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p10
Reports that Access Television Network (ATN) has identified the charter sponsors of its entertainment-oriented preview channel, Access Entertainment Network. Sponsors of the channel; Details about the preview channel; Information on the segments featuring music products and magazine titles.
- Univision: Getting Into The TV Everywhere Game.
Baysinger, Tim // Broadcasting & Cable; 5/21/2012, p27
The article focuses on the plan of Univision Networks to launch the UVideos Digital Network, coproduce a webnovela, and create genre-specific broadband channels in the U.S.
- CAS no panacea for India's complicated cable TV problems.
Srivastava, Ashutosh // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper; 7/25/2003, p10
Conditional access system (CAS) started off innocuously enough, as an initiative to bring order to the chaotic cable TV distribution market in India. However, implementation has turned into a nightmare that has left the Indian government red in the face. Barely 10 per cent of this revenue...
- Cox's dirty little retrans war.
Srivastava, Ashutosh // Multichannel News; 01/24/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p61
Probes the retransmission-consent dispute between WVBT, a Fox affiliate of LIN Television Corp., and Cox Communications Inc.'s Cox Cable of Virginia. Lumping together of all major broadcast network affiliates between channels 2 and 15; WVBT's retention of channel 43; Cox Cable's refusal of...
- 2nd private TV channel set to launch.
Latif, Baharudin // Variety; 7/18/94, Vol. 355 Issue 11, p26
Reports on the launching of a second private television channel in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, before the end of 1994. Operation of station by the City Television Sdn Bhd; Information Ministry's strategy on airing of television shows; Projected audience for the channel; Budget for project.
- IN BRIEF.
Latif, Baharudin // Broadcasting & Cable; 03/19/2001, Vol. 131 Issue 12, p10
Presents news items concerning the television broadcasting industry in the United States as of March 2001. Workforce reduction at the 15-station television group of Indianapolis, Indiana-based Emmis Communications; Proposed auction of spectrum used for television channels 52-59 in 2002.
- SUMMER HEAT.
Latif, Baharudin // Multichannel News; 7/9/2012, Vol. 33 Issue 27, p9
Two graphs are presented that lists the monthly and yearly ratings of several television broadcasting channels based on the number of viewers.
- MCN BUZZ METER.
Latif, Baharudin // Multichannel News; 7/9/2012, Vol. 33 Issue 27, p30
The article lists the top ten cable and broadcast television providers and programs from June 28, 2012 to July 5, 2012 which include Euro 2012 soccer match in the television channel ESPN the program titled "Family Guy" in Fox channel and the BET awards for 2012 in the Bet channel.
- FREE-TO-GUEST tv It Ain't Cheap!
Phillips, Dan // Hospitality Upgrade; Fall2012, p46
The article reports on the increasing prices for the free to guest (FTG) televsion in the U.S. It suggests hotel companies to take the time to seriously consider the channel lineup that it provides to guests. It cites a survey which shows that TV viewing is still the vast majority of time spent...
- TV Digital terrestre no Brasil: oportunidades perdidas.
CABRAL, EULA DANTAS TAVEIRA; FILHO, ADILSON VAZ CABRAL // Cuadernos de Informaci�n; dic2012, Issue 31, p89
The article analyzes the implementation of digital terrestrial television in Brazil, from the relations between State and market and from civil society demands, emphasizing incentives for research in science, technology and innovation, as well as the implementation of TV digitalization by...
- Cable TV streamlines with more offerings.
Hille, Alfred // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper; 1/30/2004, p15
Hong Kong, China's leading pay-TV operator Cable TV has redesigned its programming platform to allow viewers to more easily surf among its more than 70-channel offering. Senior external affairs manager S.K. Chan said the move was due to the station more than doubling the number of its channels...