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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

Rollout of 5G Outside China ‘Starting to Pick Up,’ Says Marvell CEO

“Rapid recovery” in the semiconductor industry “appears to be stressing significant portions of the supply chain,” said Marvell Technology Group CEO Matt Murphy on a fiscal Q3 investor call Thursday. “These supply challenges are currently limiting our ability to fully…Subscribe to Read >>

Procrastinators Will Pay $499 to Register for All-Virtual CES, Say New Rules

Surprises abound in the CES 2021 registration process that went live Thursday, including a provision that lets consumers not qualified for industry credentials to participate, albeit with limited access to the event content. The all-virtual show runs Jan. 11-14, with…Subscribe to Read >>

COVID-19 ‘Flipped’ TV Sales Outlook in Developed vs. Emerging Markets: DSCC

The global TV business has had its “winners and losers” in a year ravaged by COVID-19, Display Supply Chain Consultants President Bob O’Brien told Wednesday's virtual Display Market Outlook Conference. Though the total TV market was down 3% in units…Subscribe to Read >>

Zoom Exited Q3 With 3.5 Trillion Meeting Minutes in 'Annualized Run Rate'

Zoom’s Q3 revenue increased 367% to $777.2 million, exceeding the high end of its Aug. 31 guidance by nearly 13%, said Chief Financial Officer Kelly Steckelberg on a Monday investor call. New customers generated about 81% of the revenue increase…Subscribe to Read >>

Dell COO Foresees Freight Crunch When Planes 'Get Filled Up With Vaccines'

PC component shortages continued to dog HP and Dell in their October quarters as the supply chain buckled under the weight of heavy consumer demand for telework and remote-learning connectivity tools, the vendors reported on their Tuesday evening investor calls…Subscribe to Read >>