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7,500 Satellite Communications Leaders and 280 Technology Providers Gather for SATELLITE 2007 PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 January 2007

SATELLITE 2007, the largest conference and exhibition for satellite-enabled communications, brings together more than 7,500 professional experts and 50,000 square feet of cutting-edge satellite technology under one roof February 19-22, 2007 at the Washington Convention Center. The 26th Annual SATELLITE Conference and Exhibition attracts decision makers from 50 countries, representing all sectors within the satellite- enabled communications marketplace -- military, enterprise, broadcast, emergency response, and commercial. This venue provides anyone who wants to learn about satellite communications -- from novice to expert -- an opportunity to spend a week getting up-to-date on the latest innovations in the satellite marketplace via educational sessions and panel discussions, and exposure to the latest technology on the SATELLITE 2007 exhibition show floor.

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One-Third of Frequent YouTube Users are Watching Less TV to Watch Videos Online PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 30 January 2007

Few vehicles are as effective at reaching large segments of the population as television, a fact that has established it as the favored medium for advertisers in many product categories. For as long as that has been the case, however, TV networks and advertisers have been fearful of emerging competitors and technologies that threaten their route into consumers' minds. From the remote control to the Digital Video Recorder (DVR), there have long been predictions that live TV and its embedded advertisements were going to be adversely affected by consumers' ability to bypass commercials. More recently, a different kind of threat has emerged from YouTube, the Internet's response to one-stop digital video viewing.

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Plasma TVs Enhanced with DuPont's New Generation of DuPont(TM) Fodel(R) Conductive Pastes PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 19 January 2007

DuPont today announced the introduction of a new generation of DuPont(TM) Fodel(R) conductive pastes that provide the electrical connections for millions of pixels on the front and back glass used on plasma display panels (PDPs). Full-scale production is expected to begin this year at DuPont facilities in Puerto Rico and Taiwan. The new product line, 7G Fodel(R) pastes, provides higher resolution for a full high definition television (HDTV) image. It also provides manufacturers a total cost reduction of 25 percent through lower paste consumption and reduced content of the precious metal Ruthenium.

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Massachusetts Homeowners a Step Closer to Saving Millions of Dollars a Year on Cable Television PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 13 January 2007

Massachusetts homeowners are one step closer to saving millions of dollars a year on cable television service, thanks to the introduction of the Massachusetts Cable Choice and Competition Act, according to a national homeowners advocacy group. The bill will speed the process of allowing consumers alternatives to the cable TV monopolies that still exist in many parts of Massachusetts.

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Not So Funny: SNL Steals Skit From Stashwax PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 13 January 2007
In a landmark David v. Goliath case, Saturday Night Live (SNL), the longest running sketch comedy show on television, is being accused of copyright infringement by Stashwax, the new comedy web TV channel featuring a 24/7 round up of gut busting original content. Last week, a cease and desist order was sent to Lorne Michaels, Executive Producer of SNL, demanding that the show end all visibility of its video skit, "SNL Apocolypto Re-Cut", which is said to replicate content and concept from a sketch created and released by Stashwax months earlier.
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