Advice for the Age of Digital

Walker, Gerald M.
December 1999
World Broadcast News;Dec99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p3
Trade Publication
Gives advice on how to implement digital systems used in newsrooms. Introduction of digital systems by ITN in Great Britain; Challenge of selling solution to users; Preference for cautious, phased roll-out of systems; Importance of off-line testing of software before installation; Regular building and use of back-ups; Launch of training program to ensure dedicated technical support.


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