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(Electronic News Gathering) The use of camcorders and/or live satellite feeds to transmit video. The term originated when videotape was first used for news reporting in the 1970s rather than film cameras. Subsequently, all news was captured electronically, first analog, and then digital. See also engineer.
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Four-time world champion Alain Prost immediately opted for Enge to partner Germany's Heinz-Harald Frentzen for the remaining races following confirmation of Burti's withdrawal.
Irvine also warned his fellow drivers to be aware of the dangers of passively inhaling cannabis as he jumped to the defence of exgrand prix driver Tomas Enge, the Czech Republic Formula 3000 racer, who has tested positive for a banned drug.
Enge join us as chief technical advisor at a time of significant growth in our business," said Manlio Allegra, president, CEO and co-founder of Polaris Wireless.
So will Enge be following suit and scaling down his image now he is 73, or do the lure of the entertainer's props still endure?
Per Enge, a professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University, visited Hong-Sen Yan, a professor from the Department of Mechanical Engineering and the executive vice president of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), on Nov.
One caught fire during the season opener at Sebring and the other slammed into the wall at St Petersburg last month, injuring driver Tomas Enge.
Lou Enge has been named director of Success by 6, a Springfield-based program to reduce child abuse and neglect.
Former FormulaOne driver Tomas Enge has tested positive for a banned substance.
TOMAS ENGE clinched his second victory of the season to move within nine points of close rival Sebastien Bourdais at the top of the F3000 drivers' standings.
AUTO: Scuderia Ecosse have resigned themselves to losing Czech driver Tomas Enge as he recovers from serious multiple crash injuries.
It really is a heavyweight pool, with two former European champions in Ulster and Northampton and it's going to be a huge chal-l enge .
Former F1 driver Tomas Enge, who drives for Banbury-based Arden International, finished third almost 10 seconds further adrift.