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InfoComm 2004: It's a Wrap! 

By Mark Johnson

InfoComm 2004 in Atlanta was hot, and it wasn't just because of the humidity. More than 22,000 people attended the show during the three days of exhibits...

Displays at InfoComm 2004 

It goes without saying that InfoComm is the annual showcase for bigger, better, and brighter professional AV panels and better, brighter, and smaller projectors. This year was no different, with a plethora of Moore’s Law–type advances and typical specs wars one-upsmanship. ...

NAB Shoots for HD 

By Steve Mullen

Those of you who have attended the last half-decade of NAB conventions know well that HD is the technology that has been promoted the most aggressively....

Best of NAB 

By Bob Turner

This was one of the best NABs I have attended in a long time! There were so many exciting products making debuts, high-definition alternatives, and more......

NAB 2004  

By Dan Ochiva, D. W. Leitner, Bob Turner, S. D. Katz, and Michael Goldman

NAB 2004 delivered the welcome news that the media industry is ready to do business again. ...

The NAB Acronym Buzz 

By Bob Turner

You will hear a lot of acronyms at NAB this year. Most of them will have to do with the concept of open standards. Open standards allow interoperability...

NAB Vets 

Cynthia Wisehart, Editorial Director

There will be people at this year's NAB who are attending for the first time. To these folks I say welcome, and the bathrooms are on both floors, just...

2004 NAB 

By Dan Ochiva

S.D. Katz, D.W. Leitner, and Bob Turner contributed to this article FOR YEARS, COMPUTER TECHnology has brought tremendous changes to video; from cameras...

NAB 2004: Editing 

By Bob Turner

At NAB, there is going to be a lot of talk about the “democratization” of film/video editing and postproduction. Software-only applications such as Apple FCP and Avid Xpress Pro, as well as Adobe Premiere Pro (and After Effects), Pinnacle Systems Liquid Edition, and Sony Vegas probably best represent this low-cost trend in post....

NAB 2004: Storage & Networking 

By Dan Ochiva

Great changes continue to course through storage and networking as plunging hardware costs combine with technology advances such as increased areal densities (the amount of data that can be packed onto a storage medium) to deliver storage that nears an astonishing $1,000 per terabyte....

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