You can take the pol out of Washington, but you can't take Washington out of the pol.
The debate over 3D is turning out to be the opposite of what is often said about indecency.
Sci-fi sounding stuff is getting a toehold in everyday life.
Some displays and accessories have already hit stores, but more futuristic viewing options are already in the works.
The rapid growth of cellphone networks and wireless Internet has the U.S. headed for a spectrum squeeze.
TV channels will be bowing their first 3D programming in weeks, but they do face challenges in achieving a perfect launch.
20th Century Fox TV chairs Gary Newman and Dana Walden will be among the keynote speakers at next month's National Assn. of Broadcasters confab in Las Vegas.
Foot traffic is way down at the National Assn. of Broadcasters confab this year, but some of the smaller fry on the exhibition floor say they're still doing pretty good business.
Audiences are becoming interested in 3-D television, and the industry must satisfy that demand.
For their presentation to the Digital Cinema Summit at NAB, Disney went to infinity ... and beyond.
Not long ago, 3-D homevideo seemed to be running full steam ahead, but progress has stalled.