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CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 14, 1984
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(NYC) Breakthrough in audio recording technology with compact disc (CD) examined; films shown courtesy Consumer Electronics Corporation and Polygram. CD system explained, demonstrated. [CBS Records/Masterworks spokesperson Steven EPSTEIN - notes quality advantages of compact disc recordings.] CD development by Philips Magnavox and Sony outlined. ["Stereo Review" magazine snn. William LIVINGSTONE - praises industry's standardization of CD equipment.] Quadraphonic sound debacle in recording industry recalled. [CBS Records spokesperson Jerry SHULMAN - cites standardization of players.] Cost of CD paraphernalia outlined. [Polygram spokesperson Emiel PETRONE - profiles average CD customer.] 1983 CD sales mentioned.
REPORTER: Harold Dow

Dow, Harold;
Schieffer, Bob

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