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Audio My 2 Cents April 2016

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February-March 2016

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Audio – Armando Nunez

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Armando Nuñez Sr.: Cuba, Castro, Fox, ITC & PolyGram Became His “Universal”

The extraordinary long and successful TV career of 88-year old Armando Nuñez Sr. began with failures, and, in particular, major theatrical film failures. The first film failure that changed the (…)

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4K Challenges For Above And Below The Production Line

Problems caused by 4K TV (which, as is known, is four times as sharp as HD) are beginning to show up with a 4K force, affecting actors, casting directors, make-up (…)

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The Fate of U.S. FTA TV Rests in Two Actions

The future of free-to-air (FTA) terrestrial broadcasting in the U.S. will be shaped by the upcoming spectrum Incentive Auction, the “repacking” that will follow, and the next-generation DTTV standard.

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Mastering The 4K Lingo

Before reading any progress of 4K worldwide productions, we should be familiar with the lingo that we’ll be encountering, for example:

Full High Definition (Full HD video at 1920×1080 pixels) — (…)

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Audio My 2 Cents February-March 2016

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February-March 2016

Now we know with mathematical accuracy that the life of FTA TV will last at least another 20 years. The probability is only 50 percent, but it’s definitely better than the imminent doomsday predictions of the naysayers.

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