Digital terrestrial television (DTT) has proved a revolutionary force in international broadcasting contributing uniquely to the analogue TV world, but it also faces robust competition in the new digital one.
INTER-MEDIA (Volume 28, Issue 1, 2010)
2. THE FUTURE OF TV IS SEARCH AND RECOMMENDATION
Search is the EPG of the web as technology proliferates over the coming year. Broadcasters can’t afford to rest on their laurels. They must adapt and evolve in order to ensure survival in our increasingly connected world.
BROADCAST (October 29, 2010)
3. SCREEN SEEKS 3D SUBTITLE STANDARD
The industry is calling for disparity information to be made available to the entire production and broadcast chain so that stereo 3D graphics and subtitles can be viewed more comfortably on 3D TV transmissions.
BROADCAST (October 22, 2010)
4. FOR HI-DEF NEWS, IT’S PAYOFF TIME
While many stations have yet to offer high-definition (HD) local news and an even smaller number are sending back remote HD reports, operational savings are encouraging more newsroom HD upgrades. BROADCASTING & CABLE (November 8, 2010)
5. THE QUESTION OF ART AND CINEMA
Many questions arise in terms of definitions and scope that dwell upon the function, necessity and purposes of art. These “variables” of necessity or purpose can be layered at various ideological and existential levels. The further dimension of cinema adds to the complexities.
MEDIA ASIA (Volume 27, Number 3, 2010)
6. CONSTRUCTING PUBLIC SERVICE MEDIA AT THE BBC
The history of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is characterized by the pioneering use of new technologies to develop content services that attract a mass audience. Now 87 years on, the BBC is again a test-bed for the creation of new content services by harnessing emerging technology and has a key role in the development of Public Service Media both in theory and practice.
INTER-MEDIA (Volume 38, Issue 3, 2010)
7. 最大的螢幕、最深的互動 網路智慧電視搶先佈局