Video Tape Cassette Dubbing And Operational Improvements (1977)

By Edward W. Stark, Cox Cable Communications, Inc.

In June 1976 the NCTA formed a 3/4" Video Cassette Subcommittee to study the problems of VTR operations and to make recommendations and write standards. This paper will briefly touch on the VTR's history in CATV and will preview the standard and recommendations expected from the committee.

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