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wirephoto

[′wīr‚fōd·ō]
(communications)
A photograph transmitted over wires to a facsimile receiver.
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Also on display is Los Angeles-based photographer Nick Ut's Wirephoto transmission device used to send his Pulitzer Prize-winning 1972 shot of a naked Vietnamese girl fleeing a napalm attack.
1, 1935, The Associated Press began its Wirephoto network, a facsimile system for delivering pictures.
For photos, database information in IPTC wirephoto and Photoshop headers is automatically transferred to as many as 45 information fields on an image card (possibly including) the entire story with which a photo was run.
dailies' analog wirephoto receiver-printers with digital picture desks, the rural Indiana paper was the third Leafdesk customer and the first to incorporate the product into its prepress system.
AGT said its Digital Link Gateway will also take input from a wirephoto receiver and output to prepress production systems.
Operating as Burkel, Kelly and partner Don Burks had developed and begun marketing the PC-based Photostore store-and-forward wirephoto system in early 1990.
What was not down was technology supporting the industry's future: continued work on offset and flexo printing, new mailroom products, controls and systems communication, better deinking and more recycled newsprint capacity, electronic data interchange to standardize and electronically streamline advertising and other commercial transactions, progress in pagination, digital wirephoto delivery, adoption of picture desks and better, smaller drum scanners, photo transmitters, even satellite transceivers.
Through optional modules and gateways, the system links with remote sites, databases, wire services and wirephoto agencies.
Other features include links to the university mainframe and various external databases, plus the ability to display digitized wirephotos.
Selected shots are protected for storage and wirephotos are automatically purged after a user-specified period.
Ultra 1 server, captures wirephotos and makes them available via
Wirephotos and syndicated material can be transmitted to the central location, where it can be accessed and used as needed by each paper.