Sneals2000, thank you.
As I was reading someone who has no idea about the terminology they were using, and used the term "Telecine" to refer to adding or removing frames for time compression, I was trying to figure out how to explain to them that "Telecine" referred to a system, a chain of devices (move projector and TV camera at its simplest, film scanners later on) that converted film to a video signal. You did a marvelous job of it. As someone who has worked with various forms of Telecines since the early 70s, and has also done pure video time compression and expansion with many forms of technology (from 1" Helical Scan VTRs, and D2 VTRs, along with pitch correction gear, upto the latest Non Linear Editing Systems (Avid)), I was sort of fuming at an ignorant person spouting information that was just wrong. Thank you.
Also for the record, this time compression, pitch adjustment is nothing new. We were doing it at CBS in the late 80s when the then new CBS chairman, Larry Tisch, ordered an additional 30 second spot put into each primetime half hour.