04.05.2011 10:40 AM
Vermont Public Television nears completion of statewide HD transition

It’s been a long, arduous process, but Joe Tymecki, CTO at Vermont Public Television, is about to call it a wrap on the statewide public broadcaster’s transition to HD.

The public broadcaster employed a three-phase approach that included replacement of an old analog RF infrastructure at multiple stations around the state, the rollout of a new HD master control and conversion of production gear to HD.

In this podcast, the first of a two-part interview with Tymecki, the Vermont Public Television CTO talks about each phase in detail.



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