Since 1962, Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia has been an influential group of professionals in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania market maintaining a digital archive of local radio and television broadcasting material. Eric Address, president and CEO of VideoTapeTransfers.tv has been an integral part of that process. The continued contributions to the Broadcast Digital Archival Project has made VideoTapeTransfers.tv the primary source for transferring all types of film, videotape and tape formats into digital formats. Since the project’s inception in 2009, over 2,500 local TV broadcasts, 10,000 local radio broadcasts and over 23,000 photos and other documents have been digitized with the help of the general public, students and local community members.
At VideoTapeTransfers.tv, we embrace every transfer and digitization request with personalized care and attention. Providing added protection to your archives means that for future projects you will have immediate access, and leave film and tape degradation worries behind.

Home Grown Experience – Time Tested

ERIC ADDRESS president and CEO of VideoTapeTransfers.tv has broadcast radio and television experience that spans over four decades, beginning with his college radio station coupled with an engineering degree from Drexel University (formerly Drexel Institute of Technology). Eric was an engineer for the WFIL radio and television stations in Philadelphia (now WPVI). As one of the founders, and chief engineer at E.J. Stewart Video, (Philadelphia’s first independent teleproduction facility) and later as an EIC with National Mobile Television, Eric was always on the cutting-edge of broadcast technology.