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By Doug Halonen
NAB argues rules preventing media companies from owning both a newspaper and a broadcasting station in the same community must be changed
Television has come up with interesting new business models that in many ways mirror those that have been driving international film financing for years
FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski tells the NAB gathering that TV stations that aggressively pursue digital initiatives are reaping dividends
James Cameron will head a 3D panel at the NAB Show in Las Vegas -- "Hunger Games" director Gary Ross will also lead a session
The NAB says the regulations prevent broadcasters from having the financial means to produce higher quality news
The filmmaker's speech will kick off the National Association of Broadcasters convention on April 11 in Las Vegas
"They're a revolutionary, breakthrough device," says the chairman, and will drive innovation and economic growth
How did Sony know I stopped by their booth at NAB?
However, “If you’re asking people to pay a premium price, you better deliver,” he says
Twelve broadcast giants to launch new venture
Trade show sees sizable uptick in attendees
It took 60 years to make it in theaters; here's why it won't happen in your living room soon
Ah, conventions. They're so ... conventional
Genachowski: "Demand for spectrum for mobile Internet access will outstrip the supply"
He'll talk about the rush to convert 2D into 3D in just-added speech
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga