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Broadcaster Magazine - October 2000

Features

High-speed Web gaining on radio/TV

Chasing the 800-pound gorillas: Craig Broadcast Systems takes on the big guys
There are gorillas in Drew Craig's mist

Business of DTV: Consumers are in control

Digital TV: Putting digital video to the test
Analog, digital sources require different solutions


Departments

Industry News

BCE-CTV deal opens issue of distributors owning content

New film fund rewards success

New French arts channel awarded

Teenagers not watching Canadian TV, says study

News on the Net

Standard buys chunk of Web-streamer Iceberg

Web-based radio spot tracking comes to Canada

High-speed Web gaining on radio/TV

News Briefs

Blackwatch creates $50 million fund for Canadian Film and TV

CanWest sells 20% stake in Alliance Atlantis

CRTC ordered to add multicultural TV station in Vancouver

CTF guidelines to remain largely unchanged

Rogers buys Cable Atlantic

CanWest teams up with U.K.'s Granada

Canada/U.S. announce DTV allotment plan

Nielsen boosts TV ratings sample size

CanWest all business in ROBTv takeover bid

CAB and Alliance Atlantis joins NABA

Quebecor puts TQS on the block

Headline Sports goes public

Milestone ruling stands

Corus finds content nirvana in purchase of Nelvana

Point of View

Webcast ads, the future for radio

HDTV News

FCC blasts broadcasters for digital TV delay
Kennard suggests broadcasters "pay rent' for unused spectrum

People

Kirk LaPointe joins CTV News

Tracking Trends

The natives are restless! Maybe it's time to listen

The Last Word

Broadcasting 2000 on-air.on-line -- the interactive edge

Tuned-In

Playing your position