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The VHS format has served us well but, over the past decade, has been replaced by DVD and digital media. The popularity of the later coupled with decreased demand has lead to the universal discontinuation of VHS media and VHS player manufacturing. While VHS players and recorders will remain on the market, the current supply is projected to be exhausted soon. Parts and replacement equipment for VHS machines will be harder to acquire. Quality blank VHS media will soon be difficult to procure.
Currently, VHS players are located in all eclassrooms. ITS will continue to maintain that supply as long as possible but, at some point, the equipment will no longer be available for repairs or replacement needs.
Given these facts, ITS recommends the following:
If you have any questions, contact Mark Hine, Digital Media Services, Gannett Center, 274-5700 or email@example.com.
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