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Broadcasters Need to Look Beyond CALM Act
With the Commercial Advertisement Loudness Mitigation Act, or CALM Act, going into effect Dec. 13, legislators, regulators and broadcast engineers will be eliminating a long-standing viewer complaint -- that ear-splitting ads seeming to assume high decibel levels were, according to marketers, the best way to pitch products. But the TV industry shouldn't be acting like its audio problems are solved. Inconsistent audio levels are only one aspect of providing great sound into the home. Broadcasters will be putting themselves at a competitive disadvantage if they don't aggressively address the bigger issue of audio quality. More
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Kerger: Philanthropy, Not Government, Funds PBS
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Marcus: TWC Could Boost Speeds In KC Google Battle
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Olympics Proved Sports Streaming Model Works
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TV Everywhere Not Quite There
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Rogers: TiVo's an 'Underdog' Just Like Tim Tebow
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Great Series More Important Than Ever to Defining Channels
AMC's Sapan, 'Breaking Bad' EP talk success of outgoing drama, upcoming ‘Rectify'More
Carney Adds Research To Advertising Sales Duties
Sony promotes exec to tighten integration with strategy
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Sinclair Acquires WHAM Rochester for $54 Million
Closes on Newport TV acquisition, then grabs another from Newport with deal to buy upstate NY market leader and ABC affiliate More
UBS Conference: Belo Sees Growth on Digital Side
Broadcaster brass Dunia Shive and Peter Diaz talk up interactive ventures to Wall Street More
Wood Named President of Unscripted at Burnett's One Three Media
Joint venture produces NBC's The Voice, ABC's Shark TankMore
Tribune Clears Weekend Adventure Hour 'Rescue 3' for Fall 2013
Show offered to stations on all-barter basis More
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