Local Origination: Laying It On The Line (1973)

By Oliver Berliner, Telaudio Centre

The ability of the cableman's local originations to compete with the slick productions carried on other channels of his own system, is controlled by economic, legal and personal factors, Here are thoughts about getting into origination as inexpensively and effectively as possible, while minimizing the differences in budget and showmanship between your originations and the retransmissions.

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