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Biography for Paul Gluckman

Paul Gluckman, Executive Senior Editor, is a 30-year Warren Communications News veteran having joined the company in May 1989 to launch its Audio Week publication. In his long career, Paul has chronicled the rise and fall of physical entertainment media like the CD, DVD and Blu-ray and the advent of ATSC 3.0 broadcast technology from its rudimentary standardization roots to its anticipated 2020 commercial launch.

Recent Articles by Paul Gluckman

Dolby Vision Embedded in 10% of 4K TVs Shipped in 2019, Says Dolby CEO

The industry's “still in an early stage in the adoption cycle for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos,” said Dolby Labs CEO Keith Yeaman on a fiscal Q4 call Thursday. Dolby made “great progress” the past three years seeding Dolby…Subscribe to Read >>

It Would Take ‘7 Vietnams’ to Replace Chinese Cargo Lost Through Tariffs, Says Port of LA

A new Port of Los Angeles report bears out the port's predictions that Section 301 tariffs on Chinese goods would raise consumer prices and cause other economic harm, Gene Seroka, the port’s executive director, told a media briefing…Subscribe to Read >>

Mexico’s Share of TV Imports Soared to 66.4% After Sept. 1 Tariffs Took Effect on Chinese Sets

Fewer than one in three of the 3.9 million finished TV sets the U.S. imported from all countries in September originated in China, according to Census Bureau statistics released Thursday through the International Trade Commission’s DataWeb tool. That nearly…Subscribe to Read >>

Market ‘Uncertainty,’ Rooted in US-China War, ‘Has Become Global,’ Says Microchip CEO

The U.S.-China trade war “remain[ing] unresolved” has hurt Microchip Technology’s “end-market” demand “significantly,” said CEO Steve Sanghi on a fiscal Q2 call Tuesday. The company sells microprocessors and other components to various sectors, including consumer tech, automotive…Subscribe to Read >>

Apple Can’t Find Sourcing Outside China, It Says in 11 List 4A Tariff Exclusion Requests

Apple, Fitbit and SVS Sound were the first tech companies to seek product exclusions from the 15 percent Section 301 List 4A tariffs soon after the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative began accepting exemption requests at noon EDT…Subscribe to Read >>