During a long career in the broadcast industry, where he previously held positions with Leitch and Ampex Corporation
, he has gained a reputation for his commitment to understanding customer requirements and for his in-depth industry knowledge.
It seems that the year 1948 might have been a better starting point for the second section, as it was the year that the long-playing record was introduced to the commercial market, that the Ampex Corporation
produced the first tape machine in the United States, and that the city of Los Angeles passed the first anti-piracy law aimed at bootleggers.
(65) Ampex Corporation
, for example, was founded in 1944 and enjoyed decades of growth in the audio/video industry thanks to its groundbreaking innovations.
Dolby began his career in the Ampex Corporation
, while he was still a student, after which he completed his PhD at Cambridge University in England.
Strickland brings 40 years of senior management experience most recently serving as President and CEO as well as a member of the Board of Directors of Ampex Corporation, a manufacture of data recorders for the defense and aerospace industries.
Presently, Strickland serves on the Board of Directors at Outlook Group, Ampex Corporation, and Cardiff Holdings Company.
Ampex Data Systems Corporation, a subsidiary of Ampex Corporation
(NASDAQ:AMPX), revealed on 6 May that it has received a new order from Boeing Commercial Aircraft Corporation.
Likewise, Ampex Corporation
has found the ATA drive to be effective in rugged environments for the Military/Aerospace market.
shifted from ocean to air carriage and eliminated excess international inventory and speed shipment cycle time .
The Ampex Corporation of Redwood City, California, a maker of electric motors, took the latter course and introduced a high-quality Magnetophone-style tape recorder in 1948.
The California-based Ampex Corporation, one of the companies that had made its reputation manufacturing Magnetophone-like tape recorders, demonstrated an advanced video tape recording system in 1956 amid great publicity.
, a small California company, invented a video recorder for broadcasting applications in 1956.(11) This came after several years of competition with Radio Corporation of America (RCA) to use magnetic tape (as earlier used in audio tape recorders) to record television signals, and freed the broadcast industry from a reliance on live performances or on a clumsy system of film recording.