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Thursday, 07 February 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
Armed with a 2002 Grammy nomination (Best Metal Performance for "Chop Suey!") American Recordings artist System of a Down will headline a twelve city North American tour beginning on Valentine's Day in Las Vegas, NV. In mid-December, System of a Down shot the promo video for their current single "Toxicity" with band bassist Shavo Odadjian making his directorial debut. Odadjian had assisted video director Marcos Siega on the "Chop Suey!" video, and his bandmates encouraged him to try it on his own with "Toxicity."
Thursday, 07 February 2002 ,  Written by Richard Elen
The first copy-protected albums are now out there in the United States and Europe, and as might be expected, they have unleashed a storm of controversy. Universal Music Group (UMG) has been obliged to set up a Web helpline for disgruntled purchasers of the company’s latest copy-protected CDs. 
Tuesday, 05 February 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
The schedule below lists events from the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games that will be broadcast in high-definition television (HDTV) on NBC’s DTV affiliates and HDNet (channel 199 on DIRECTV). All programming is delayed one day, and all times are Eastern.
Thursday, 31 January 2002 ,  Written by Jerry Del Colliano
Four Hollywood film studios have just announced their intention to release feature films on the high definition D-VHS platform. The studios have opted to release their films on an optional system within the D-VHS format, called D-Theater. Created by JVC specifically for copyrighted, prerecorded content, D-Theater provides a state-of-the-art level of security demanded by content producers in the digital era. Artisan Entertainment, DreamWorks SKG, Twentieth Century Fox and Universal Studios are expected to release the first D-Theater titles in 2002. The support of these major content providers marks the next phase in the acceptance of high definition as the new standard for home entertainment and television viewing.
Wednesday, 30 January 2002 ,  Written by AVRev.com
FOX Sports will televise the Super Bowl, expected to be the most-watched television program of the year, in a new 16x9 digital widescreen panorama called FOX WIDESCREEN, a format that takes full advantage of the horizontal playing field to give fans a new perspective of the game. FOX WIDESCREEN utilizes the flexibility of the nation's advanced digital TV broadcast system by offering a 480-line, progressively scanned picture in a dramatic widescreen format. Viewers of the Super Bowl will see a sharp digitally originated picture on standard TV screens.
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