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Addressing lingering loudnes challenges
Andrew Sachs The loudness of the television commercials aired between program segments has been the source of consumer complaints and subsequent regulatory action in countries around the world.
Tags: iss083 | loudness | challenges | ask the experts | volicon | test and measurement | regulation | commercials | broadcast | Andrew Sachs
Contributing Author Andrew Sachs Click to read
Could you be powerless on arrival?
Steve Emmett How to avoid problems when flying with Li-Ion batteries.
Tags: iss082 | pag | batteries | li-ion | battery | power | flying | plane | hold | hand luggage | regulations | guide | problems | Steve Emmett
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Peter Savage looks at corporate entertainment
[author] Peter Savage looks at the rules governing corporate and staff entertainment and challenges female readers to make him eat his hat.
Tags: iss080 | azule finance | rules | regulations | corporate entertainment | bribery | act | laws | [author]
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The greening of broadcast facilities
Chris Excelby In todays world of tightening broadcast facility budgets, planners need to keep a keen eye on the bottom line to ensure operational efficiency. An integral part of this process is getting a green handle on power management, an increasing necessity around the globe.
Tags: iss078 | power management | eco | green | tsl | budget | broadcasting | outlets | PUE goals | power consumption | cuts | regulations | Chris Excelby
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Compliance and Punishment
N/A Glyn Powell-Evans of Ideas Unlimited.tv explains the benefits of compliance recording and how failing to adhere can land you in hot water
Tags: iss029 | compliance recording | content probe | regulations | ofcom | N/A
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