News of the HD market featuring industry developments in high definition technologies including production, transmission and workflow.
By John Eggerton, December 16, 2009HD option set for February 2010 rollout More
By David Tanklefsky, October 21, 2009Executives cite bandwidth, consumer challenges but look forward to in-home 3D HD movies, sporting events in 2010. More
By Glen Dickson, September 15, 2009Demos live channel off Eurobird 9A. More
By Glen Dickson, September 11, 2009"Carbon" device combines loudness control and audio encoding. More
By Glen Dickson, September 7, 2009New add-on system for P2 HD solid-state camcorders offers low-cost way to launch local HDTV newscasts. More
By Glen Dickson, July 30, 2009Broadband-connected sets to offer online movie service. More
By Marisa Guthrie, June 29, 2009Hi-def rollout part of bid to boost name recognition with viewers. More
By Glen Dickson, June 29, 200930 Rock control room, Washington D.C. studio get major HD overhaul. More
By John Eggerton, June 25, 2009Filed their respective post-hearing reply comments and findings of fact in WealthTV's program carriage complaint against the operators More
By Ben Grossman, April 18, 2009B&C's editor-in-chief breaks down, gets a high-definition TV and learns that the Yankees still stink in HD. More
December 29, 2008
Holiday Wishes from the FCC
For the last holiday they will all be together on the commission–FCC...
October 27, 2008
'B&C' Hall of Fame: No Rubber Chicken
The B&C Hall of Fame dinner last last week was pretty much a Mel’s...
August 13, 2008
All Tech Today
TOM MIKKELSEN has a new job that promises to keep him hopping. He’s been...
February 19, 2008
RIP HD DVD
It’s been a long time coming, but the format war between Blu-ray and HD DVD...
- Mccade– 9/10/2011 12:59:26 PM EDT
in response to Holiday Wishes from the FCC
- Erik Russell– 1/19/2011 9:29:50 AM EST
in response to CEA: Super Bowl Boosts HD-Set Sales
- Jeannine– 1/5/2011 7:10:37 PM EST
in response to Dish: HD Ramp-Up Ahead of Schedule
- B– 1/9/2010 12:15:02 AM EST
in response to Comedy Central Going HD