A World of Change

Title: A World of Change
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A World of Change
<Tab/>Human society has created advancements in media technology to open a broader attention, while promoting a growing interest. New technology such as television is one of the latest installments of this franchise. Its' ever-increasing popularity and influence on American culture proves how powerful new technology can be when used in media and directed towards the society at large. High definition television or HDTV has become one of the most sought …showed first 75 words of 4876 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 4876 total…lt;Tab/>Kerschbaumer, Ken. Simplify the HD message: give the consumer fewer excuses, not more, for not going digital. (Commentary). Broadcasting & Cable, June 9, 2003 v133 i23 p48 (1). Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information. <Tab/>Hearn, Ted. Forkan, Jim. Picture's becoming clear: HDTV peace wearing thin. Multichannel News, Feb 3, 2003 v24 i5 p1 (2). Copyright 2003 Reed Business Information. <Tab/> <Tab/><Tab/>

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