Delivering Digital Audio (1989)

By James Green And Clyde Robbins

Cable television has grown to service 60 percent of United States television households. Additional growth will require additional services. Audio is the second largest consumer communications market following video. Cable television has the only pipe presently capable of capitalizing on the audio market. Digital audio is necessary to control and provide premium quality programming. This paper presents an integrated system for digital audio delivery which is compatible with existing cable television methods of operation. Room for future growth in audio programming services is designed into the system.

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