|News also had their share of VT (and FR) machines. The top four pictures were taken at Alexandra Palace, while the bottom VR2000 was in the Spur at Television Centre. Credit for some of the pictures must go the Roger Smeathers (not the top right!), the others to Ray Moulden. All the AP pictures were taken 1965-1969.|
|The new RCA TR70C colour machine that has just replaced an Ampex VR1000C in this position. Shown with the Smiths Editing block||
Roger Smeathers pondering the wonders of the RCA TR22
|Slow Scan Film equipment used to send and receive pictures across the Atlantic by cable. For a description by Geoff Rowlands, click here
(First pictures of Kennedy assassination received on this)
| Quick Pull Down 16mm telerecording
ran side by side with VTR at AP.
|A VR2000 in one of the first news suites built in the Spur at TVC|