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R. J. Bowley ; Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, Inc.

Each of the five Westinghouse Broadcasting Company television stations were equipped with one Ampex VR-1000 tape recorder in the Spring of 1958. Initially, on air loading was light but increased very rapidly as we gained operational experience and developed operational techniques for smooth integration of video tape recordings in our daily programming.

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IRE Transactions on Broadcasting  (Volume:PGBC-13 ,  Issue: 0 )