Alexander M. Poniatoff, Russian inventor who started off making curling tongs and branding them as machines made by Ampex (His initials plus "ex" for excellence invented a way of recording moving pictures and audio (the audio sadly later faded away) in 1949, but by the time he found a young Bing Crosby to make his machine more popular, his Ampex machine was unheard of since everyone was thinking VERA was the first. Then when the recordings made by VERA were seen and people didn't think they were very good and by the time VERA had been improved to very high standards the VERA machine had long since been uninstalled and due to the bad quality of the televised recordings nobody believed their claims and the BBC and ITV had recently signed contracts with and installed Ampex.
So, bottom line. VERA may have been the first machine to record television images but the first mass-produced (only one or two VERA's were made) videotape recorder apparatus was Ampex.
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The video tape was invented by Charles Ginsburg. Him and a team of engineers then developed the videotape recorder at Ampex.
The history of the videocassette recorder follows the history of videotape recording in general. Ampex introduced the Ampex VRX-1000, the first commercially successful videotape recorder, in 1956
Charles Ginsburg invented the first videotape recorder (VTR)
According to my son's homework tonight Alexander M Poinbiatoff invented the videotape in 1.950
I will videotape the whole thing
In the sentence, 'My aunt will give me a videotape.', the direct object is 'videotape', the indirect object is 'me'. will give -> videotape (to me)
Ampex introduced the Ampex VRX-1000, the first commercially successful videotape recorder in 1956
A videotape makes excellent evidence in the courtroom.
The plural form for the singular noun videotape is videotapes.
Videotape - band - was created in 2007.
Yes, the word 'videotape' is a concrete noun, a word for a physical thing.
Charles Ginsburg was the head of a group of Ampex engineers who are credited with the invention of the first videotape recorder. The other engineers were Charles Anderson, Ray Dolby, Shelby Henderson, Fred Pfost and Alex Maxby. Ginsburg was elected to the National Academy of Engineers in 1973.
Videotape - 2014 was released on: USA: 4 March 2014 (internet)
It is legal to videotape anyone anywhere, and a police officer is no exception.
According to Wikipedia videotape is a form of plastic film. The most common material for plastic film is polyethylene.
Consumer demand for blank VHS videotape fell to 348 million units in 2001
Consumer demand for blank VHS videotape fell to 330 million units in 2002
A videotape is the format that was used to distribute movies to the public prior to DVD. An example of this word used in a sentence would be, "The VCR ate the videotape, spewing multiple feet of black tape all over the floor."
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