Kenny, Tom
April 2003
Mix;Apr2003, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p22
Discusses the partnership of WNET/1 and Tonic, a post-production facility in New York City. Efforts in handling live broadcasts; Details of the agreement; Specifications of the technology utilize by the companies.


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