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Jim Wiseman
Re: A Chicago Giant falls
on Nov 18, 2011 at 8:47:54 am

I remember when Paul Rosten loaned us a VO-1800 and a CVS Time Base Corrector in 1974 to record the first helical scan show ever produced on broadcast in Chicago, "TV Song". It was a video art program I did while an intern there funded by a grant I wrote to the Illinois Arts Council. We also produced "It's a Living" based on Studs Terkel's book "Working" with Studs as the main character. This was with Videopolis using the TBC. I'll always be grateful to Roscor. They were about the size of a small drugstore then. Sorry to hear the news.

Jim Wiseman
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