First published in 1992, Split Screen is an early and incisive attempt to track the effects of accelerating media convergence. Conventional television, purveyor of sitcoms and game shows, is merging with other electronic media, like the computer and the telephone, giving viewers more choices, control and participation in broadcasting than ever before. Split Screen provides a background on these new technologies and looks at how business and policy issues are affecting Canadian viewers. Prepared for the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting, Split Screen attempts to demystify changing technologies and the threats they pose to Canadian society.CONVERTER BUIDE VCR Plus- aquot;owneisarr advised IO vetify their cable coenpanya#39;s channal lineup to ensure ... Wirness the remote control for the Sony Sl.V-595HF, a high quality but strictly mass market machine, which comprises no less than 51 ... menu systems are designed for viewers who are reluctant to read lengthy manuals and need simple, linear instructions. ... set-top converter units arc gradually disappearing... except of course for the cable company converter box that alsoanbsp;...
|Author||:||David Ellis, Julia Johnston, Friends of Canadian Broadcasting|
|Publisher||:||James Lorimer & Company - 1992-01-01|