Helical Scan VTR's and the Cablecastcr (1971)

By Keith Y. Reynolds, International Video Corporation

The average American Family is exposed to several hours of good quality color programming every day of the week. Eighty to ninety percent of this material is on video tape and originates from the major commercial TV networks, the educational TV network (NET) and the local TV station. If these viewers subscribe to the local cable system and the cable company is originating program material, they expect the same basic quality from the local origination channel that they see on other program sources.

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