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Millennials to force our focus for innovation at CES

With over 2 million square feet of exhibit space, 160,000+ attendees from 140 countries, and 20,000+ new product announcements, The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the mecca for the latest tech innovations.

Interview with That Metal Show's Eddie Trunk Special

The TV presenter, author, radio DJ and all-round expert on everything related to hard rock and heavy metal speaks to Digital Journal

Report: BBC plans to slash 500 or more jobs

British Broadcasting Corporation managers are attempting to cut costs by laying off members from their news and radio divisions. The event is proving controversial to say the very least.

Celebrating Canada's television history Special

Toronto - The MZTV Museum of Television & Archive recently opened in Toronto. Created by Canadian media mogul Moses Znaimer, it’s a salute to Canada’s television history. The museum also considers the influence of TV's position in both large and small ways.

Sochi Games global broadcast output dwarfs Vancouver

The global broadcast output for the Sochi Winter Olympics is almost double that of Vancouver four years ago in terms of hours and channels, International Olympic Committee officials said on Wed...

Video: Comrex's LiveShot hand held video streaming at NAB 2013 Special

Las Vegas - At the NAB 2013 Conference, Digital Journal spoke with Comrex's Chris Crump, Director of Sales and Marketing where he showed us LiveShot, a video encoder that delivers live video over IP networks from anywhere internet access is available.

Don Cornelius is named one of the 'Giants of Broadcasting'

Don Cornelius was a giant in the field of broadcasting and now there is further proof. The 10th annual event known as the "Giants of Broadcasting," has announced the first nine professionals who will be recognized in 2012.

Job offers soar for homeless man with golden voice Ted Williams

A homeless man with the awesome velvety radio voice has dominated the headlines leading newspapers including the Internet and broadcast media following his 97-second sample voice-over which was later uploaded on You Tube. He's now getting many job offers.

Homeless man with great voice becomes video hit, gets job offers

A man who was recently a panhandler on a Columbus street now has job offers from several places, thanks to a viral video.

World Cup 2010 Is a Cutting Edge Technology Show

Most of the world will be watching football on television. For a lucky few, it could be football on 3D and high-definition as technology takes over sports and entertainment in a riveting package.

Anger over BBC’s move to put Pope on air

Secularists in Britain are furious that the BBC wants to invite Pope Benedict to deliver a radio homily during his visit in September.

UK gay-rights broadcaster admits mercy killing of lover

The veteran UK broadcaster and gay-rights campaigner Ray Gosling admitted on television last night that he suffocated his suffering lover with a pillow as he lay dying with AIDS.

Not enough religion on the BBC, say religionists

Secularists in the United Kingdom say religious programmes put out by the national broadcaster, the BBC, are not popular or valued.

Guiding Light finishes broadcasting after 72 years

A soap opera which has run for seventy years and holds the record for being the longest ongoing show has come to an end.

Radio Personalities Are Ruining the Broadcasting Industry

Radio personalities are causing many people to choose alternative methods for listening to music. They are having a negative impact on the broadcasting industry.

Turner Will Pay $2 Million To Settle Boston Bomb Scare Mess

Guerrilla ad campaign gone awry caused widespread panic in Boston, Cambridge and Somerville.

Computerized News Bulletins Could Shake up Media Industry, For Better or Worse

Digital Journal — Software that creates timely video news bulletins could add a new wrinkle to the media industry, while also replacing human newscasters with robot-voiced avatars.

Rex Murphy: On the Pulse of the Nation

Canada’s distinguished broadcaster and commentator, Rex Murphy, enlightens Canadians, coast-to-coast, on the country’s politics, culture and people. Digital Journal talks to Murphy in a one-on-one.

Turn Your Radio Dial To WWW...

Ever wish you could skip the song on the radio and request your own favorite tune? Well that is now possible with the flood of new companies offering Internet radio stations and media streaming technologies. Canadian organizations have made a significa...

V-Chip Technology Set Up To Filter TV Broadcasts

OTTAWA, Ontario — Parents who worry about what their kids are watching on TV can finally put the V-chip's electronic filtering technology to work in their own family rooms. Canadian broadcasters and cable companies started encoding programs for V-c..

POPcast Selected By MGI To Offer Personal Broadcasting Services

LAS VEGAS, COMDEX - POPcast, founded in 1997 by veteran live-event streaming media service provider ITVnet, pioneered the personal broadcasting revolution as the first service provider to offer branded turnkey solutions over a secure, global network op...
 

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