We have added some new articles recently:
Jeffrey and Paul have followed up their BVWS article with a new one looking at Vivat in particular: Carry On Trucking Long Live Vivat! Trevor Brown has kindly sent us some more articles from CQ-DATV: looks at the rise of Electronic News Gathering. The Lightweight Revolution recalls an earlier life when we took a RCA TR70-B VTR and a Marconi Mk VII camera to IBC in Amsterdam – we billed it as “the world’s largest camcorder”! Five go to Amsterdam Dan Cranefield continues his reminiscences with , which dovetails with Richard’s Early Location Drama in Colour article as it also discusses the conversion of Roving Eye 5 into the LMCR. Roving Eye
By Trevor Brown.
Trevor takes a journey through TV news gathering, from film to modern digital formats.
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TRT-1B. Credit: VT OldBoys.
Museum of Broadcast Technology in Woonsocket, RI have recently completed the restoration of a RCA TRT-1B Videotape machine dating from 1961. Continue reading “RCA TRT-1B restored at WMBT”
MBT, The Museum of Broadcast Technology in Woonsocket, Rhode Island is dedicated to the restoration of early TV cameras, videotape systems, and related technologies. The museum’s collection reflects the broadcasting and teleproduction industries from their early days through the ensuing decades. Continue reading “WMBT – The Museum of Broadcast Technology”