Bruce A. Johnson has been continuously employed in television broadcasting for over 35 years. In that time he’s seen technology advance from the 2″ quadruplex video recorder – which was the size of a small horse – to 4k and 8k recording onto memory chips. A very early adopter of home computing, he has owned a Timex/Sinclair, several Ataris, the odd Macintosh, and over twenty PC-based computers, most of which he built or modified himself. He has written articles for over 15 years in publications including DV Magazine and Studio Magazine, and is a founding editor of ProVideoCoalition.com, where he writes today. Programs he has photographed, edited, directed and/or composed music for have been awarded regional and national Emmy Awards, Milwaukee Press Club Awards, Wisconsin Broadcasters Association awards and others.