Who writes the rule book when the rules haven't been invented yet? In the television industry, it was mostly the early technicians, who made up their jobs as they went along. Art Schneider was among those pioneers. He entered the television field more or less by accident, taking a qtemporaryq job at NBC with only one semester left before his planned graduation from USC's Cinema Department. The degree went out the window, and the job lasted more than seventeen years. In that time, Schneider was instrumental in the development of techniques that became industry standards, including the first color instant replays (at the 1965 Rose Bowl).Memoirs of a Pioneer Television Editor Arthur Schneider. and small companies. Prior to my ... I agree with that philosophy since an instruction manual is essentially worthless if the material in it is not easily understood.) Writing a new version ofanbsp;...
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