James Cameron had this two-part message for the TV business Monday: Your business is about to go 3D, and it's going to be a lot less painful than you think.
The Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers has skedded a new event, the Global Conference on Emerging Media Technologies, to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, in May 2012.
Like lovers reuniting after awkward years apart, Douglas Trumbull and Hollywood are back together.
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Genachowski tried to assuage broadcasters' concerns about aspects of the National Broadband Plan.