Mitchell, Pat
March 2005
Broadcasting & Cable;Mar/APr2005 Supp PBS, p2
Highlights the efforts of Public Broadcasting Service to develop and implement technology and innovation in the U.S. television broadcasting industry. Achievements of the organization in terms of the technology it brought to the industry; Goal of the organization in deploying information technology in the broadcast environment.


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