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Systems Integrator NTC Partners With DNF Controls for Versatile and Reliable Control Solutions

SYLMAR, Calif. — Jan. 19, 2009 — DNF Controls today announced that its line of control products is being used by National TeleConsultants (NTC), a provider of mission critical media systems design and integration services to the global media and entertainment industry. Through their partnership, the two companies deliver intuitive control systems that can be easily configured to meet the specific needs of broadcast, production, A/V, and industrial environments.

“Because DNF Controls’ products are versatile, they are able to meet our clients’ specifications for specialized control systems and to provide new enhancements to each system, thus helping us satisfy their needs,” said Joey Faust, consultant at NTC. “DNF has stepped up to the plate, providing valuable functionality within a very short time frame. In our clients’ day-to-day work, intuitive operation and familiar interfaces are crucial within new workflows or broadcast environments. DNF Controls’ systems provide that.”

“We’re very pleased to be working with NTC to address the needs of today’s broadcasters,” said John Duggin, president of DNF Controls. “As highly adaptive control solutions, our products provide the functionality required in a specific application while maintaining simplicity of operation. In addition to solving practical workflow issues for NTC clients, our systems offer ease-of-use and responsiveness that improve the fluidity of overall operations.”

More information about DNF Controls products is available at www.dnfcontrols.com.

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About National TeleConsultants
National TeleConsultants (NTC) provides mission critical services — strategic, technical, and operational advice, design, engineering, integration, and deployment — to the global media and entertainment industry. These services cover hardware and software systems and the physical facilities in which they are built. And the company has been doing this successfully since 1981. More information is available at www.ntc.com.

About DNF Controls
DNF Controls is a leading provider of hardware- and software-based control solutions for equipment used in the television broadcast, audio/video production, post-production, and graphics markets. By partnering with industry-leading manufacturers and customers, DNF provides innovative, reliable, precise, and easy-to-use products that are used in point-to-point control as well as in facilitywide multipoint control applications. DNF Controls’ customer list includes all major U.S. television broadcast and cable networks, domestic and international television stations and production facilities, mobile production trucks, stadiums, and arenas. DNF Controls is headquartered in Sylmar, Calif. More information is available at www.dnfcontrols.com.

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