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Woody Workman received his BSEE degree in 1959 from the University of Pittsburgh. After three years of U.S. Army service, he started his career at RCA in 1962 as a design engineer in the Audio Products group. He received an MSEE degree from Purdue University in 1967. In 1974, he joined the Color Television Department and worked in various aspects of color TV design until 1979, when he transferred to the VideoDisc program as Director, Player Engineering. His group is responsible for the development and product design of the "SelectaVision" VideoDisc player.
- RCA 1981 Company Biography
In 1983 Willard M. Workman, Director, VideoDisc Player Organization announced his organization as follows:
Todd J. Christopher, Manager, Electrical Design
Edward W. Curtis, Manager, Product Engineering
Ned J. Kiser, Manager, Digital Control Systems
Roger L. Lineberry, Manager, Project Engineering
Michael E. Miller, Manager, Stylus Cartridge Design
Frederick R. Stave, Manager, Mechanical Design
Marjorie K. Ullery, Manager, Engineering Services
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