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Centennial College embraces HDTV

Briefs | 01/17/2008 8:02 pm EST

Centennial College has equipped its broadcast studio with four high-definition television cameras making it the first college in the Toronto region to use HD cameras in a learning environment. "It's not just about learning to work with new technology," said Sheldon Reisler, coordinator of Centennial's Broadcasting and Film program, "it's learning about the new format and how the information-rich images impact the telling of our stories."    The HD cameras are the first step in a three-year plan to bring Centennial's broadcasting program up to the same standards the industry is slowly incorporating. The studio's control room will get high-definition monitors and digital switchers, and videotape eventually will be replaced by high-capacity servers that will store the audio and visual information digitally.

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