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* THE NTIA begins accepting orders for converter box coupons. * THE FCC will allow some broadcasters to stop analog signal early. * LATE NIGHT talk-shows return tonight. Only Letterman brings his writers. * NFL TRI-CAST scores big. Brings in 34 million total viewers. * E.W. SCRIPPS shuts down 126-year-old Cincinnati Post. Get the full story at *******www.Media30****
3 Jan 2008
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* THE TVB announces that ePort has gone live. * THE NTIA receives one million converter coupon requests in 40 hours. * LANDMARK to sell off Weather Channel and other assets. * CINEMA NOW and MACROVISION partner to expand download service. * WIRELESSHD group to add Intel as a partner. Get the full story at *******www.Media30****.
3 Jan 2008
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* YOUTUBE overhauls its mobile site, adding millions of videos. * THE NTIA says converter boxes will be available February 18. * THE WGA signs interim deals with Lionsgate and Marvel. * NIELSEN launches VOD ratings service. Comcast signs up. * LIBERTY MEDIA sues IAC over breakup conditions. IAC sues back. * PLUS....Vudu, Microsoft and more. Get the full story at *******www.Media30****.
25 Jan 2008
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* NTIA taps IBM for converter coupon program. * FOX INTERACTIVE to manage 160 affiliate websites. * AOL launches Truveo****. * BOLT.COM shuts down. * MYSPACE dumps LIMELIGHT, goes with AKAMAI. Read more at www.media30****
16 Aug 2007
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Government and Industry Education Campaign Ensuring a Successful Transition On Feb 17th, 2009, the nation will switch over to digital broadcasting. Analog TV will be a thing of the past. The promise of an all digital world is at hand. Consumer awareness of the transition to digital television DTV grew 80 percent since 2006, according to new market research released by the consumer electronics association CEA. CEA also released new survey results that predict the success of the national telecommunication and information administration NTIAs converter box coupon program which launched in January and was prominently featured at the 2008 international CES. Converter boxes are only needed for consumers who watch over the air broadcasts on an analog television. CEAs survey found only 11 percent of television households, approximately 13 million, are solely over the air households, indicating that NTIA has sufficient converter box coupons to meet potential demand.
16 Feb 2008
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Government and Industry Education Campaign Ensuring a Successful Transition On Feb 17th, 2009, the nation will switch over to digital broadcasting. Analog TV will be a thing of the past. The promise of an all digital world is at hand. Consumer awareness of the transition to digital television DTV grew 80 percent since 2006, according to new market research released by the consumer electronics association CEA. CEA also released new survey results that predict the success of the national telecommunication and information administration NTIAs converter box coupon program which launched in January and was prominently featured at the 2008 international CES. Converter boxes are only needed for consumers who watch over the air broadcasts on an analog television. CEAs survey found only 11 percent of television households, approximately 13 million, are solely over the air households, indicating that NTIA has sufficient converter box coupons to meet potential demand.
18 Feb 2008
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ADOBE launched Adobe Media Player 1.0 and Adobe TV. The media player offers content from CBS, MTV, Universal Music Group, PBS, Scripps and CondeNet. It allows Flash downloads and content subscriptions in 1080p, 720p or 480i. Adobe TV is a network in the player with programming related to Adobe products. With Flash on almost every computer and Adobe bundling this software with Flash updates, Adobe Media Player should end up on a computer near you. FLICKR has added support for video. The popular photo-sharing site will now allow paying “pro” users to post videos up to 90 seconds in length and 150 MB in size. With those limitations, the site is not really aiming to compete with the major players in the online television space. Rather, Yahoo’s Flickr is sticking to its roots, encouraging “video snapshots” that play a similar function as photographs. DISNEY will release all PIXAR films in 3-D starting next year. The move will help differentiate the theater experience from the large HD screens filling living rooms at a rapid pace. Only around 700 theaters currently have the technology required to exhibit films in 3-D. However, Disney’s strong support of the format increases the chance that theater-owners will upgrade to draw people out of their HD-equipped homes. THE NTIA will relax rules related to converter box coupon redemption. Citizens residing in assisted-living and nursing homes will now be eligible for the coupons. This erases a major complaint against the program and will make it easier for many elderly television viewers (who are more likely to own an analog TV set) to make the switch to digital. The program will also now accept P.O. Boxes as qualified addresses capable of receiving coupons. KEVIN MARTIN agreed to relax the dual carriage mandate that required all cable systems to carry stations in both analog and digital starting next February. The changes apply to operators with bandwidth of 552 MHz or less. Analog-only systems will be allowed to provide only analog support for must-carry stations. Digital providers can provide must-carry signals in analog if their digital set-top boxes will receive them. Martin is also circulating a proposal that would allow smaller cable operators to down-convert must-carry HDTV signals into standard definition. YOUTUBE is now being blocked by four Indonesian Internet service providers for hosting a user-submitted video that accuses the Koran of inciting violence. Read more at *******www.ShellyPalmer****
7 Jan 2010
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* DIRECTV to add video-on-demand. * GOOGLE unveils new ad manager. * OPRAH draws 200,000 for 2nd online show. * YOUTUBE upgrades video quality. * NAB wants converters in grocery stores. * DISNEY announces iTunes sales figures. * NEXT NEW NETWORKS signs deal with AOL Video. Read more at *******www.ShellyPalmer****
14 Mar 2008
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Broadcasting from the Consumer Electronics Assoctiation's (CEA) Washington Forum in our nation's capital. Dave Graveline interviews Tony Wilhelm, Consumer Education Director for Dept. of Commerce -- NTIA
26 Apr 2008
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20 Dec 2009
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