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Thursday, 15 November 2001 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
This week XM Satellite took dead aim at shooting down the way we think about "radio" with a national network of over 100 digital satellite radio stations. In post-consolidation broadcast radio, actual content has taken a back seat to commercials with stop sets on traditional FM radio as long as 14 minuets per break. While XM will have some commercials, their spot load is expected to be far lower than FM thanks to a $10 per month service fee. Critics from the radio industry say that no one will pay for radio. We’ll see. 17.5 million people pay for Satellite TV when local stations are free. If the content is better, people will pay.
Wednesday, 14 November 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
SIM2 Multimedia announces, through its sister company SIM2 Sèleco USA Inc., the newest addition to their line of Grand Cinema projectors: the HT 300. Based on the new 16:9 Texas Instruments DLP chip set the HT 300 Grand Cinema delivers native 720p for true High Definition capability.
Tuesday, 13 November 2001 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck is on trial this week for making ass on an British Airways flight from Seattle to London. He now faces five charges including being drunk on an aircraft, disobeying the captain, threatening behavior and assault.
Friday, 09 November 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Less than a month after Universal Studios Home Video’s "Mummy Returns" set a retail sales record for DVDs, the company returned to best itself with the November 2 VHS and DVD release of DreamWorks’ Shrek. Breaking all previous video sales records from the past six years, Shrek sold more than 7 million VHS and DVD units in just three days.
Friday, 09 November 2001 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Integra and Faroudja have teamed up to create an "HDTV-ready" video projection system that produces a clear and bright high-definition image of up to 100 inches (measured diagonally). The Integra DLV-100FP1 video projection system allows consumers to enjoy the movie-theater experience at home, with the action projected on a large movie screen instead of coming out of a box. This system consists of the compact Integra DLV-100 Digital Light Processing (DLP) Video Projector, and the FPV-1 Digital Video Processor, which was co-developed and co-branded with Faroudja Laboratories.
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