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HDTV Magazine Articles Archive (April, 2007)

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Don't Let Your High Definition Productions Perish Like Figs In The Sun

By Dale Cripps • Apr 20 2007, 3:51am

Depending upon one's loyalty "your side" is winning the high definition DVD race, but it's still a horse race to everyone else.

What is making headway is 1080p-the golden hope of the 80s and 90s has arrived, though not without controversy over its necessity.

Many of you in the professional ranks will say...

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Ed's View - Mobile Digital Television (MDT) This is a Winner

By Ed Milbourn • Apr 12 2007, 7:23pm

Strictly speaking what you are about to read is not focused upon HDTV. Most of the communications systems forming around the world, however, are major benefactors from the technical development of HDTV. As with NASA's spin offs the strengths found in HDTV solutions are becoming cornerstones for other services. In this article by DTV pioneer and designer Ed Milbourn we see such developments supporting the enjoyment factor of still another of our national pass times--motoring about the countryside. The kid in us is going to love this marriage between car and cartoon. _Dale Cripps

It's not HDTV - yet. But this application of digital television is truly a seminal event in expanding the amazing benefits of DTV technology. To punctuate that thought is the recent announcement by Sirius Satellite Radio that it will start providing