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Broadcaster Magazine - September 2000

Features

Aboriginal student to host CBC consumer show

Feature Story: Logan's run
The brains behind the SPTV hopes to lead her flock into the digital era

21st Century Radio: New Web radio site puts pressure on broadcasters to get online

Digital TV: Applicants agree unique programming key to digital universe


Departments

Feedback

What's the frequency David?

AES Update

From ear to there
Sony Music was once again the host for the Toronto Section's annual day long extravaganza in May. This year's topic dealt with all things measurement: subjective, acoustic, digital, measuring the performance of microphones and loudspeakers and a look at some of the tools of the trade. The following are short reviews of some of the presentations and demonstrations.

News on the Net

SMPTE call for papers

Alliance Atlantis launches reality-based Web channel

CanWest invests in Winnipeg Internet company

Look adds 3 new channels and video Web portal

New Products

Correction

Modulation Sciences introduces 8-VSB receiver

News Briefs

Shaw buys Cancom for $662 million

Stern slapped on wrist for comments - again

WABE call for papers (September 01, 2000)

CHUM expands into Central Ontario

U.S. airwave auction raises $320 million

CBC puts towers on the block

Irving granted two new stations

NSI offers more cash for filmmakers

East Toronto group to broadcast via the Web

Three new FM stations awarded in Moncton

CHUM and Standard swap radio assets

Rogers loses bid for Vidéotron
But cable giant collects $241 million breakup fee

CAB outlines strategy for new digital services

Cinar co-founders to fight dismissal

Radio and TV revenues rise 3%

Alberta stations go Global

CRTC wins award for innovation

Corus pays $185 million for Metromedia

Point of View

Interactivity key to success for digital channels

HDTV News

Will you watch Microsoft TV?

Business News

Acrodyne expands technical operations

Cabletek to distribute Surgex

Tracking Trends

Are "happy ratings" here again?

The Last Word

Specialty and pay -- the dawn of the digital era

People

Aboriginal student to host CBC consumer show

In Memoriam (September 01, 2000)

Tuned-In

Digital Radio: a numbers game