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SPORTS VIDEO-EDITING COMPANY IS BOUGHT BY TOKYO FIRM
Published December 12, 1994
Sports-Tech Int'l, a company that makes computerized video- editing systems for sports teams, said Friday it is being acquired by Dainichi Electronics of Tokyo for $1.1M. The sale could be completed by next August. Dainichi Electronics is a semiconductor maker with about $100M in annual sales (James McNair, MIAMI HERALD, 12/10).