A Crying Need - Training And Continuing Education (1978)

By Fred E. Furnish, General Electric Cablevision Corporation

As our industry expands and the state of the art changes radically in so many areas we will find it extremely difficult to keep abreast of resultant technical and administration advances. Our industry is at a crossroads, we have kept up in the past but rapidly changing technology will make us as obsolete as the vacuum tube if we do not respond now. It is hoped that a sharper awareness of the need for training and further education will be recognized by the reader of this paper. The time for our industry to react in a positive manner to insure that we stay on top of technical advances and administrative expertise is now.

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