Defining vision: the battle for the future of television

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Harcourt Brace, Jul 18, 1998 - Business & Economics - 447 pages
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In this account of the political wrangling and technological breakthroughs that led to the creation of HDTV, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter does for television...what Tracy Kidder did for computers (Kirkus Reviews). Index.

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DEFINING VISION: The Battle for the Future of Television

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What Tracy Kidder did for computers, Brinkley now does for television, in this masterful chronicle of the flips, foibles, and frenzy that characterized the nearly decade-long race to develop high ... Read full review

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Brinkley shows that the road to high-definition television has not been paved with good intentions. Read full review

Contents

HDTV Maybe thats it
3
Washington to the rescue
32
They just gave us away
49
Copyright

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