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Broadcaster Magazine - June 2002



CanWest names former Sony Canada president as CEO

Cover Story: Full Stream Ahead The MPEG-4 standard invites viewers to join the on-screen action

NAS Technology: Disk-to-Disk backup and restore using MaxAttach storage servers

Tuned-In ...

Technology: PDA's keep CFRB on top of the news

In Memoriam (June 01, 2002)


Coming Events

Events (June 01, 2002)

DAB Developments

DAB Developments (June 01, 2002)

Industry News

Standard offers lifeline to troubled Iceberg Media (June 01, 2002)

Studios, techies forge fragile piracy truce (June 01, 2002)

Bell sues Videotron over TV fee levels (June 01, 2002)

CRTC targets 2007 for DTV transition (June 01, 2002)

Web broadcaster threatens court action (June 01, 2002)

Vancouver station drops all-news format (June 01, 2002)

Bell Globemedia testing new TV ratings services (June 01, 2002)


CanWest names former Sony Canada president as CEO

Point of View

MPEG-4: opening new frontiers for broadcasters

NAB 2002 Product Preview

Digital Betacam

Video Toaster

JVC camcorder for the broadband age

"Five-in-one" 24p DVCPRO camcorder

Leitch shatters the scalability barrier for broadcast servers

JVC unveils larger high definition monitor

New capabilities added to the NewsCutter family include:

Sony adds to "Anycast" digital line-up

LV 5700 multi SDI monitor

Latest version of Avid NewsCutter streamlines workflow

Panasonic delivers 24p acquisition everywhere

Product Reviews

Toshiba's combo drive offers faster write speeds

Video card brings "TiVo" ability to the PC

Super slim LCD monitor is HDTV ready

Guest Column

The ax comes down on rogue satellite services

Tracking Trends

Is the Portable People Meter finally ready for prime time?


The little guy makes a big impression