Telecine Systems For The CATV Origination Center (1971)

By Kenneth K. Kaylor, Philips Broadcast Equipment Corp.

Although "Live" programming is considered a necessary part of the program origination services of a community-oriented CATV system, telecine facilities will hold the key to success or failure of such an operation from an economic standpoint. The word "tele-cine" was developed during the early days of television broadcasting to define those facilities devoted to the video reproduction of the various film media.

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