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Broadcaster Magazine - June 2000

Features

news on the Net

Who's watching, who's leaving?
Research companies clash over impact of Web on teen TV viewing

Cover Story

The Rise of the Media Giants
Seeing the forest and the trees: Big media companies vow to protect the industry

TAMING "THE DIGITAL HYDRA"
What will broadcasters' role be in digital era?

NAB 2000 Product Highlights: Streaming video takes the lead over HDTV


Departments

AES Update

Fitting the SkyDome for sound

Industry News

WABE call for papers (June 01, 2000)

Toronto to air three new radio stations City finally gets "urban" format

CBC rolls back plan to cut regional shows CBC local news cut in half

RTNDA Central Canada awards

Rogers to bring WebTv services to cable

BCAB award winners

A little DAB will do ya

TV fund needs stronger rules

CRTC deluged with 452 TV applications

News on the Net

Who's watching, who's leaving?
Research companies clash over impact of Web on teen TV viewing

News Briefs

Firings at KISS

News (June 01, 2000)

CBC sells cable channels to U.S. mogul

StarFM signs on in Manitoba

CANCOM becomes uplink provider for Alliance Atlantis

Country music coming to Belleville

Monarch selling off radio/TV stations

China to develop iTV standard

Crossroads Television in breach of CBSC rules

Dr. Laura Schlessinger Show ruled abusively discriminatory

WABE call for papers (June 01, 2000)

FCC gives conditional approval to AT&T; cable takeover

CRTC seeks input on the state of French broadcasting

News

HDTV and the consumer: With less HDTV on the way, what's a viewer to do?
Have over-the-air broadcasters already lost?

Point of View

Cuts to CBC local news is bad news

The Last Word

A private-public partnership that works

People

Henry Kowalski leaves CTV news

Tuned-In

Stuck in the middle: the demise of middle management

Tracking Trends

The sky is falling!