Online Storage | Blog
1815
blog,paged,paged-10,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-4.2.1,vc_responsive

15 Dec Resource Links

A Report on the Current State of American Television and Video Preservation: Volume 1: Report A report by the Library of Congress published in October of 1997. Archival Copies of Video Tapes An article by Erich Kesse of the University of Florida on selecting the right videotape format...

Read More

15 Dec Former Clients

Metropolitan Museum of Art Smithsonian Institution AT&T Archives Museum of Television & Radio NASA Princeton University Basketball Hall of Fame PBS Lee Strasberg Theater Institute John F. Kennedy Library University of Georgia Metropolitan Transit Authority Archives NBC News Archives Yale University New York Public Library Library of Congress National Archives Franklin D. Rossevelt...

Read More

15 Dec Video Recorders

The VR-1000 was the first videotape recorder ever sold. It achieved its success by separating the “writing speed” (the speed at which information is recorded on the tape) from the tape speed through the use of spinning heads, a principle that has continued in every...

Read More

15 Dec Digital Reconsideration

Taking a position against wholesale digitization of audio and video tape is currently an unpopular stance. As the calls ring throughout the organization to scan or digitize anything and everything in or out of sight, one who suggests caution is perceived as either a corporate...

Read More