Video tapes -- Standards.
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Abstract Frederick M. Remley (1929-2019) was internationally known for his work in negotiations concerning global standards for video recording. His involvement originally began in 1959, when the National Educational Television and Radio Center (NET-RC), then housed in Ann Arbor, received a multi-million-dollar grant from the Ford Foundation. The grant enabled the purchase of video recorders to be installed in colleges and universities throughout the U.S. to facilitate educational video...