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Author: Mark L. Goldstein
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: transition, technical, coordination, issues, dtv, remain, prepared, television, majority, broadcasters, digital
Number of Pages: 38
Published: 2009-05
ISBN-10: 1437905870
ISBN-13: 9781437905878

The Digital Television Transition and Public Safety Act of 2005 requires all full-power TV stations in the U.S. to cease analog broadcasting by Feb. 17, 2009, known as the digital television (DTV) transition. Prior to this date, the TV broadcast industry must take a series of actions to ensure that over-the-air programming will continue to be available once the transition is complete. For ex., broadcast stations must obtain, install, and test the necessary equipment needed to finalize their digital facilities. This report examines: (1) the status of broadcast stations in transitioning to digit

Author: Jeffrey A Eisenanch
Publisher: Progress & Freedom Foundation
Keywords: book, fact, economy, digital
Number of Pages: 108
Published: 2001
eBookDB-ID: B0006RVGDM

the digital revolution has changed the way we make goods and provide services, transforming virtually every industry and creating whole new categories of products and businesses — all at breathtaking speed. Simply keeping track of what is happening, let alone comprehending it, often seems an overwhelming task. This Eighth Edition of The Digital Economy Fact Book is dedicated to providing a factual basis from which analysis of the digital economy can begin. It seeks to sort out the myths from the realities, the hyperbolic hopes from the sober projections. In seven key sections, it presents

Author: Dale Andrews
Publisher: Digital Overdrive
Keywords: technology, multimedia, communications, overdrive, digital
Number of Pages: 232
ISBN-10: 1897507011
ISBN-13: 9781897507018

Author: Hugh Hunter
Publisher: Digital Overdrive
Keywords: technology, transportation, automotive, overdrive, digital
Number of Pages: 218
ISBN-10: 1897507070
ISBN-13: 9781897507070

Authors: Marianne van den Boomen, Sybille Lammes, Ann-Soph
Publisher: Amsterdam University Pre
Keywords: media, amsterdam, university, press, matters, technology, everyday, material, tracing, new, digital, life
Number of Pages: 352
Published: 2009-10-15
ISBN-10: 9089640681
ISBN-13: 9789089640680

Three decades of societal and cultural alignment of new media have yielded a host of innovations, trials, and problems, accompanied by versatile popular and academic discourse. New Media Studies crystallized internationally into an established academic discipline, and this begs the question: where do we stand now? Which new questions are emerging now that new media are being taken for granted, and which riddles are still unsolved? Is contemporary digital culture indeed all about ’you’, the participating user, or do we still not really understand the digital machinery and how this constitut

Author: Rob Stokes
Publisher: Quirt
Keywords: marketing, digital, guide, essential, emarketing
Number of Pages: 570
Published: 2011-01-01
ISBN-10: 0620502665
ISBN-13: 9780620502665

reviews for eMarketing: the essential guide to digital marketing Writing a book on any aspect of the online world is problematic because it changes so much, which is why the people working with this daily enjoy it so much. There are many books explaining why the internet is important and why you need to be part of the hype - this is not one of those books. What the team from Quirk have been able to do is create a solid book on eMarketing that will be useful for a long time, regardless of the continuous changes in this field. This eMarketing textbook addresses the core principles one needs to u

Author: Joe Karagani
Publisher: Social Science Research Council
Keywords: ssrc, book, columbia, culture, participation, digital, structures
Number of Pages: 284
Published: 2008-02-19
eBookDB-ID: EBDB097907

Digital technologies are engines of cultural innovation, from the virtualization of group networks and social identities to the digital convergence of textural and audio-visual media. User-centered content production, from Wikipedia and YouTube to Open Source, has become the emblem of this transformation, but the changes run deeper and wider than these novel organizational forms. Digital culture is also about the transformation of what it means to be a creator within a vast and growing reservoir of media, data, computational power, and communicative possibilities. We have few tools and models
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