Changing fortunes

Gargano, Anthony R.
February 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Feb2008, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p168
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the broadcasters who are valuing the significance of a technological transition through their success in the U.S. Through the competition between Ampex, Harris and the Radio Corp. of America (RCA), Harris emerged as the sole provider of transmitters and antennas within the broadcast industry. Sony's success began when it introduced the U-matic videocassette recorder (VCR).


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