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videotape

[′vid·ē·ō ‚tāp]
(electronics)
A magnetic tape designed primarily for recording of television programs.

videotape

A magnetic tape used for recording full-animation video images. The most widely used videotape format was the 1/2" VHS cassette. VHS made earlier videotape formats obsolete for both entertainment and training, but it too, became obsolete after DVDs became popular. See VHS.
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(e) An interview of a child that is audiotaped or videotaped under (d) of this section shall be conducted.
And then I can sell you a jail sentence, or in some cases the death penalty, I can sure get you past being videotaped. I always sell it: 'This is for your protection more than mine.' And it never, ever failed to work."
Glik, concerned that excessive force was being used, pulled out his cellphone about 10 feet away and videotaped the incident.
Supervisors should ask trainees to view all videotaped counseling sessions prior to supervision, so that trainees can become desensitized to the anxiety provoked by watching their own work and so that they can better focus on the clients (rather than themselves) in supervision.
TV producer Rick Heeger and a crew of four Austin, Texas-based freelancers videotaped rail operations associated with the discharge of the vessel for a September show on the popular channel for the series "Tactical to Practical." The series showcases military innovations that are transformed to civilian uses.
Several returned to the hospital to watch the videotaped sessions (which were followed by discussions about HIV and condoms), and suggested other recreational activities that could be taped and used to connect men to services.
Lawyers for some of the seniors expelled for the 2003 hazing have complained that school officials knew about the annual ritual for years but did not do anything until this spring, after the event drew national attention because it was videotaped.
At the time it was first implemented CHIP consisted of providing fingerprinting along with an individual videotaped interview giving much more information than any other identification program.
I have routinely videotaped my forensic examinations for more than 20 years now Most of the time I don't have to look at the videotape again.
Courts generally have ruled that videotaping in common work areas does not violate employee privacy rights, especially when the employer can articulate a legitimate business reason for the monitoring and when employees are aware they are being videotaped.
The man who videotaped a police beating near Los Angeles that enraged black leaders and then dodged a grand jury inquiry into the matter was arrested as he prepared to give a television interview.