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1. Feature Story / Troy Cory's Vine Street Video Centre
Hollywood, California - 1976

Feature Story - Vine Street Video Center,
Digital Editing Video Optical Laser Disks Begins
Byline: Studio Sold to Donna Summer

Photo of Video Music Hall Flyer - (1978-79) - The Phone number is the same, except for the prefix. It's now 323

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Vine Street Video Centre, Digital Editing and the Compression of Audio/Video to optical disks. The beginings of the InterNet and www.dotcom webcasting.
VIDEO MUSIC HALL PERFORMERS & TELEVISION PROGRAMS: Troy Cory; Rod Stewart and Alana Stewart; Mel Carter, Nicolette Larson; Jackson Browne; Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Randy Meisner, (formerly of the Eagles), James Coburn, Rachel Welch, Joni Mitchell, Priscilla Cory-Stubblefield, Sad Movies, Billy Hayes, Dicky Lerner, Victor Dunlop of Saturday Night Live, Christmas Around the World, The Troy Cory Evening Show, NBS Broadcasting Network, CBS, Groucho Marx, NBC, Steve Allen
VIDEO MUSIC HALL PRODUCERS: Video Record Albums of America, VRA TelePlay Pictures, VRA RadioPlay Music, Cinema Prize, Vine Street Productions, Pat Rooney Productions, Dick Sheehan, Action in Advertising - Cal Worthington, Jon Roseman Productions, Warner Bros. Records - Couchios, Perk's Plus, Gilletee Ultramax, Jim Rose and Associates, Flash-It Productions, Mark Edwards, Canyon Sound, Tom Becket Productions, Bohemia Film, Munich, Hollywood International Pictures, AMITRON, Morey and Stan Rosenthal, Bob Giraldi Productions.
CASTING: Lynn Mann, Mike Lipman, Jim Beatty.
Director/Producers: Bob Giraldi, Gabor Wagner, Wm. Janovsky, Martin Green, George Vierra, Ephraim "Red" Schaffer, Richard Greninger, Troy Cory.
Video/Sound & Editing Equipment: Canyon Sound, Amitron, Action, Cinema Prize. Hitachi Denshi - JVC - Canon Camera's; 2"; 1"; 3/4"; 1/2" VTR; Film to 2" Quad / Tape to 2" Quad / 2" Quad to Optical Laser Disks.
1968 - TeleKey Group Formed. Cashless Society begins. Signet Credit Card Systems and NorthStar TeleKey Group formed for local and international telephonic and Telex banking transactions. Offices are opened in Pasadena, Calfornia and in Hollywood, as Signet Trade Acceptance Group. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- First network links, set to approve trade credit exchanges over the telephone, using dial-tone key pad entry. Main offices, Los Angeles, Switzerland, Munich.
1968 - "Star Makers." Feature motion picture. Shot in Germany. Wendell Corey, Troy Cory, Barbara Valentin, Jean London; Berlin Wall / East Berlin featured; TeleKey International monetary Wire transfers established.
1969 - Birth of the Internet. ARPANET commissioned by DoD for research into networking. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- First node at UCLA (Los Angeles) closely followed by nodes at Stanford Research Institute, UCSB (Santa Barbara) and University of Utah (4 Nodes).
1969 - Richard M. Nixon: 1969 - 1974.
1969 - "Buster Ladd." Feature motion picture. Brain Fingerprinting video tape techniques established in solving crimes.
1971 - E-mail invented. People communicate over a network. 15 nodes (23 hosts) on ARPANET. E-mail invented - a program to send messages across a distributed network. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- E-mail is still one of the main way of inter-person communication on the Internet today.
1972 - Computers can connect more freely and easily. First public demonstration of ARPANET between 40 machines; Internet-working Working Group (INWG) created to address need for establishing agreed upon protocols; What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- Telnet specification: Telnet is still a relevant means of inter-machine connection today.
1973 - Global Networking becomes a reality. First international connections to the ARPANET: University College of London (England) and Royal Radar Establishment (Norway) -- Ethernet outlined - this is how local networks are basically connected today. Internet ideas started. Gateway architecture sketched on back of envelope in hotel lobby in San Francisco. Gateways define how large networks (maybe of different architecture) can be connected together. File Transfer Protocol (ftp) specified - how computers send and receive data.
1974 - Gerald Ford: 1974 - 1977.
1974 - Packets become mode of transfer - Transmission Control Program (TCP) specified. Packet network Intercommunication - the basis of Internet Communication. Telenet, a commercial version of ARPANET, opened - the first public packet data service.
1975 - 01 First PC computer. MITS Altair 8800 shown on the cover of the 1st January 1975 issue of Popular Electronics was the world's First Minicomputer to Rival Commercial Models.
1975 - 0916 Wireless Radio telephone system / US03906166. Inventors: Martin Cooper, Richard W. Dronsuth, Albert J. Mikulski, Charles N. Lynk Jr., James J. Mikulski, John F. Mitchell, Roy A. Richardson, John H. Sangster. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone Patent and this patent to the Internet? In the exhibits attached to the Patent, it affixes the wireless telephone or cell phone or mobile phone installed in vehicles, ships and trains, traveling through a field of wired telephone poles or within cells or "Wi-Fi" induction "HotSpots", a connection to wired telephone exchanges are feasible.
1976 - 0101 Apple Computer is formed with the introduction of the Apple I on April Fool's day 1976; Out of the garage and into the history books, Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak build the first single circuit board PC complete with video interface and 8K of RAM and a keyboard.
1976 - 0327 Twenty-year old Bill Gates gives the opening address at the First Annual World Altair Computer Convention (WACC) held in Albuquerque, New Mexico. 11/1/76 Paul Allen resigns from MITS to join Microsoft full time.
1976 - 0327 The tradename "Microsoft" is registered with the Office of the Secretary of the State of New Mexico. The application says that the name has been in continuous use since November 12, 1975.
1976 - Apple Invented. Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak set up shop in the garage of Jobs' parents' home in Cupertino, Calif. to design a computer. Jobs sells his Volkswagen van and Wozniak sells his programmable calculator to finance the building of the first 50 Apple I circuit boards. The company's first computer, featuring a wooden frame, appeals mainly to hobbyists.
1976 - Queen Elizabeth sends out an e-mail via UNIX. UUCP (Unix-to-Unix CoPy) developed at AT&T Bell Labs and distributed with UNIX. What is the Relevancy of the wired/wireless telephone/TV -- to the Internet? -- UNIX was and still is the main operating system used by universities and research establishments. These machines could now ''talk'' over a network. Networking exposed to many users worldwide.
1976 - Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak announce the Apple I personal computer, only $666.66! Shugart introduces the 5.25-inch floppy disk drive at $390. Three computer magazines arrive: BYTE, Computer Graphics & Art, and Dr. Dobb's Journal of Computer Calisthenics and Orthodontia; April Fools!
1976 - Vine Street Video Centre purchased by Troy Cory, from Ted Mann theater group, is merged into the Northstar TeleKey Financial Group. The Stage was formerly used to produce the popular national syndicated; Groucho Marx Show and Steve Allen Shows and in the 60s and 70s. What is the Relevancy of a studio to wired/wireless telephone, television, radio and -- to the Internet?
====Without the camera, stage productions, and "the software" created in the studio using film and video tape, today's VideoCDs, CDs, VHS-tape and DVDs used for webcasting and for personal use, would be an impossiblity. The NBS100 and Vine Street editing team, using the technology developed by Sony, JVC and Pioneer - transferring signals to tape, then transferring analog taped images by pitting a plastic disk by lazer, made MPEG formatting and program preservation possible. "MPEG formatting is the operating standard used to make and stream broadcast quality music and video over the Internet, via VideoCDs and DVDs," says the VRAlogo.com MPEG peer group.
1977 - Vine Street Stage introduces the methods used to video tape music videos for television and Laser Disk. 2" video tape was used. TeleKey's telex System land-lines, and Vine Street Video Centre Laser Disk (today's DVD's) production standards established.
1977 - A.C. Markkula joins Apple as partner and chairman when it incorporates. The company introduces a more advanced computer called the Apple II that helps launch the era of desktop computers.
1977 - Apple Computer introduces Apple II.
1977 - Commodore Business Machines introduces Personal Electronic Transactor (PET) computer.
1977 - E-mail takes off, Internet becomes a reality. Number of hosts breaks 100. THEORYNET provides electronic mail to over 100 researchers in computer science (using a locally developed E-mail system and TELENET for access to server). Mail specification. First demonstration of ARPANET/Packet Radio Net/SATNET operation of Internet protocols over gateways.
1977 - Jimmy Carter: 1977 - 1981.
1977 - Tandy Corporation announces TRS-80 Model 1 microcomputer. ///
More Wireless Innovations

1978 - Vine Street Stage introduces the methods used to video tape music videos for television, JVC 1/2" VHS Tape and VTR, and Laser Optic Disk. 2" video tape was used. Rod Stewart, Jackson Browne, Randy Meisner (The Eagles), Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers, Nicolette Larsen, the Troy Cory Show, Priscilla Cory, Mel Carter, and the Schlitz Beer commercials starring James Coburn, were all video taped on 1", using digital editing equipment for special effects. 3/4" tape was used for post production editing. TeleKey's telex System land-lines, and Vine Street Video Centre Laser Disk (today's DVD's) production standards established.
1978 - 1979 - Rod Stewart, Jackson Browne, Randy Meisner (The Eagles), Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers, Nicolette Larsen, the Troy Cory Show, Priscilla Cory, Mel Carter, and the Schlitz Beer commercials starring James Coburn, were all video taped on 1", using digital editing equipment for special effects. 3/4" tape was used for post production editing. TeleKey's telex System land-lines, and Vine Street Video Centre Laser Disk (today's DVDs) production standards established.

03 - Center Story
1979 - Donna Summer Buys Vine Street Video Center - 1979 -- In mid-1979, when the undisputed Queen of Disco, Donna Summer, was topping the pop charts with "Hot Stuff," that's when she decided to own her own movie studio near her Hancock Park Home. By December the Studio stage portion of the facilities was sold. Vine Street Video moved its research editing and video optical disks division to Pasadena, Calfornia, near the Rose Bowl and a short drive from Caltech. The Pasadena facilities became known as Rosemont Villa Studios. Vine Street still has the same telephone number, except for the prefix. (323) 462-1099.
The Stage was formerly used to produce the popular national syndicated; Groucho Marx Show and Steve Allen Shows
1976-1979 - Troy Cory's Vine Street Studio was the loction of the first Music Videos produced: Rod Stewart ("If Ya Think I'm Sexy," and "Blondes Have More Fun;" Alana Stewart; Nicolette Larson; Jackson Browne; Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers; Randy Meisner of the Eagles; Kiss; Joni Mitchell; Rachel Welch; German singer Manuela; James Coburn (Schlitz Beer commercial); Ronnie McDonald (McDonalds); Victor Dunlap; Billy Hayes; Dicky Lerner; Priscilla Cory, and Mel Carter.
----- It's most famous tentant was the Peter Marshall owned "Au Petit Cafe," a most favorite industry meeting place.
1980 - Vine Street Video Center AND Video Music Hall activities moved to Rosemont Villa Studios. The Pasadena estate becomes a wireless landline Research Center. R&R plus, The Guv TV series, NBS100 and China Expo / U.S.A cultural exchange programs. SOME OF THE PERFORMERS INCLUDE:
----- Major Actors and Actresses, some of whom were unknown at the time of their performances with Troy Cory, like: The Brooke Sisters, Joey Adams, Angelica Bridges, Tina Kincaid, Lori Engel, Brooke Kenvin, Valerie Maddox and Co-hostess, Priscilla Cory of "the Troy Cory Evening Show," that aired weekly, on Friday after Saturday Night Live, on KCP and KTLA.
-----Guest Stars include: Priscilla Cory, Richard Hatch; Bruce Davison; Mel Carter, Alan Hale, Sugar Ray Robinson, Nick Lucas, Sammy Fain, Florence Marly; John Perkins Barrymore; Jack Foreman; Benny Hill; Scott Stubblefield, Bob Wills, Jr.; Foster Brooks, Clint Walker; Wanda Hendrix; Byron Matson; Tiny Tim; Linda Ronstadt; Dennis Weaver; and the legendary tribute to Samuel Goldwyn and Hollywood's Golden Years told by Jack Foreman and Troy Cory.
-----Rosemont Studios - R&B Plus: Don Butler, and Troy Cory. Artists: Madison Cole; Jose Williams; George Duke; Kenny G; Nona Hendryx; Janice Marie Johnson; Jeffrey Osborne; Freda Payne; R. J. Reynolds; Rockwell; Timmy Thomas; Dennis Weaver; Beau Williams.
---- Bands include: The California Goodtime Band; (some were members of the "Bonhomie Baby"; John Mraz; Sam Montelle Stavros; Smokey Allen Stover; Rick Turner; and Arnold Martinez, bass guitarist/vocal. The Pheromones; Bonhomie Baby; West End Boys; Bardowell Philip Anthony; John Cowsill; Gary Griffin; Randell Kirsch; Robby Scharf; Mark Ward; Bob Wills Jr. & his Texas Playboys, featuring, Bob Wills Jr., actor, singer, and Sam Butera and the Wildest.
---- Sam Butera; Jack Stevens; Ron Rice; D'Arcy LaPier; Priscilla Alden; (Troy's Mother); Lynn Mann; Jackie Corrigan; Nancie White; Mike Lipman; Thomas Simmons; Larry Leverett; Donna Jeffries; Judy Henderson; Walter Brown, Ginger Adams; Pearl Lipman; Alden Stubblefield; Keith (Whitey) Stubblefield, Rick Wood; Chris Harris; Dino DeLorean; Keith Stubblefield, Steven Stubblefield, David Nathan Stubblefield; PatteBarham, and the now famous legendary tribute to Samuel Goldwyn and Hollywood's Golden Years told by Jack Foreman and Troy Cory.
1981 - "The Guv Series" "Calzonia" and "To Catch a Dream," produced by: Troy Cory. Executive Producers: Mike Lipman, Josie Cory, with various On-line Producers / Directors including video/filmmakers Richard Greninger, Gabor Wagner, ARD, John Harris, Martin Green, Wm. Janovsky, Gary Sunkin, and Larry Leverett for Hollywood Beat; Ron Rice and Tom Meservey (Hawaiian Tropic), and Barry Seybert, Cinematographer; Computer Editors: Victor Caballero, Tim Wilcox and Alden Keith Stubblefield.
CASTING: Lynn Mann, Mike Lipman, Jim Beatty.
1982 - 2004 - TelePlay, RadioPlay and NBS100 expand: Ambros Seelos, Josef Bamberger, UFA, Syd Dale, Muff Merfin, John-Ross Barnard, John Billingham, Mike Harding, Josie Cory and Sylvester Levy (Fly Robin Fly). The "hit makers" that produced Troy's first musical recordings, include Sonny Bono, Art Rupe, Rene Hall, Bob Sherman and Dick Sherman, (Mary Poppins, Disney), Bob Roberts - "Tall Paul," Tip Tobin, Dorothy Swafford, Ralph Freed, (1907-1973) brother of Arthur Freed. Lester Sills and Nat Goodman, the manager of the Paramours and the Diamonds. Nat produced Troy's Mercury Records, "Little Pink Toe" and "Suzy McGregor," the three Bill Medley tracks on the Sonny & Cher & Friends album "Baby Don't Go" on Reprise RS 6177 in 1965.

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