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Compositors & Linotype: Putting Together The Guardian in 1960
The newspaper assembly line didn't run on auto pilot during the 1960s. This video serves as a reminder of how much technology has changed the pace of news. Breaking stories in 2009 can spread around the web within minutes and the world's reaction can now alter current events while they are happening. The future is now.
eGuider: Michael Tapp
Content Creator | Shooter | Camera Tech
Michael Tapp has been working in the television and film industry for five years, relentlessly pursuing his craft since the very beginning. For over a year Michael maintained top of the line high-definition and film cameras while he worked at Armanda Costanza Inc. as a motion picture camera technician. He has also edited shows for the D.I.Y. Network and has shot footage for the Travel Channel. Michael and co-creator Michael Margle developed Scott Summit, a spoof on self-help gurus like Dr. Phil and Tony Robbins. Michael is excited to be a part of New Media and thrilled to have a role in the redevelopment of television as we know it. He is currently based out of Tennessee, enjoys playing guitar, and would love an office in the Sunsphere.