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Still looking good
Dick Hobbs. The television industry is in crisis, as we all know. Experts everywhere are telling us that consumers want content on demand, wherever they are. Online and mobile platforms will mean the end of the broadcaster and the channel as a brand.
Tags: iss107 | television industry | content | on demand | stats | figures | audience | advertiser | dick hobbs | Dick Hobbs.
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Chasing ratings
Dick Hobbs. As everyone is no doubt aware, the BBCs core structures are being investigated at the moment as part of the renewal of its charter. The political bodies set up to do this are made up largely of anti-BBC people, so we are in for interesting times.
Tags: iss104 | bbc | programme | producer | audience | ratings | market research | dick hobbs | Dick Hobbs.
Submitted by Dick Hobbs. Read this article in the tv-bay digital magazine
Supporting the transition to 4K
David Ackroyd Plasma, LCD and LED screen technologies brought broadcasters HD audiences that justified their investment in HDTV.
Tags: iss084 | 4K | transition | TV | LED | Plasma | LCD | technologies | broadcasters | HD audience | HDTV | David Ackroyd
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The international worship market: shoot, compress and deliver globally
Kieron Seth# The worship TV market in the U.S. is big business, with an output that rivals many international broadcasters, both in terms of quantity, production values, audience size and commercial success.
Tags: iss081 | worship tv | television | us | broadcast | america | united states | worship | prayer | deliver | global | audience | Kieron Seth#
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