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Broadcaster Magazine - April 2002

Features

Surprise! Sex and violence on TV declines -- U.S. study

Focus on Copyright: Canada contemplates copyright changes

File Formatting: Choosing the file formatting that fits

Cover Story: Familiar face, different game
Charles Dalfen returns to the CRTC after a 22-year hiatus. He faces a very different broadcasting world.

Copyright issues: Royalty rates could cost radio stations $16 million a year


Departments

DAB Developments

Developments

Coming Events

Events (April 01, 2002)

New Products

Miranda debuts Kaleido-K2 multi-image display system

New ADAM "P-Series" analytical monitors

Miranda launches master control glass cockpit

PCB mount BNC connector

SF Marketing to carry Stanton DJ equipment

Thomson anounces nw SD, HD, DC Cameras

Avid announces Xdeck direct-ingest device

Chyron introduces Aprisa video clip server

News on the Net

iCraveTV returns to the Web (April 01, 2002)

Industry News

Quebecor accuses BCE of unfair TV competition (April 01, 2002)

Digital channels growing faster here than in the U.S. (April 01, 2002)

Cygnal 2001 earnings up 66% (April 01, 2002)

Naked dancing contest "disturbing" -- CBSC

Shaw slashes 400 jobs

CBC buys assets of CJFB in Swift Current (April 01, 2002)

Movieola-Stornoway partnership unravels

Copps launches Cancon review (April 01, 2002)

Telefilm backs four promising projects (April 01, 2002)

Point of View

Breaking the DTV logjam

People

MTV Canada appoints marketing team

In Memoriam: Johnny Lombardi dead at 86

Tuned-In

Copy .... right or wrong?

Tracking Trends

Taking Ownership of Ad Effectiveness

The Last Word

Guest Column: Copyright -- towards a fair and equitable regime