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We have been quite strident on these pages that working for free is a Very Bad Thing indeed. Simon Wyndham, however, argues that in some circumstances it can be worthwhile.
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One for the Black Friday sales: Before you make an investment in technology, make plans to mitigate your equipment's inevitable march to obsolescence.
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We take a look at the digital signage industry and the reasons why it has progressed differently than many of its advocates, including us, had envisaged.
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A tour of Sony's Digital Motion Picture Center revealed a useful, multi-faceted professional resource that highlights the company's strengths.
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We have a new and - we hope! - improved commenting system. It will make it easier to leave comments. 
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A close look at the complex process of camera development and the way that manufacturers decide what cameras to make and what niches to fill.
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How production companies can take advantage of the cloud to quickly move and store large media files with Signiant Media Shuttle.
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Perhaps physical media isn't dead after all, as industry experts predict a surge in sales for 4K Blu-ray discs.
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If your surname was "Vinten" there's an almost one hundred percent chance that people would associate you with Tripods. Sadly, Bill Vinten, son of Vinten founder, William Vinten, has died, aged ninety five.
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The recent opening of a showroom and retail space for Teradek, Paralinx and SmallHD brands in LA underscores a larger trend: the revitalization of brick-and-mortar.
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RedShark Replay: France has always liked to go its own way on technology, but not many remember its pioneering efforts with 819-line monochrome television. Given its role in HD history, however, maybe more should. And as for Secam...
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