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Pro Audio Technology Quad-Amplified, Seven Foot Tall SCR-3215sm Loudspeaker

Pro Audio Technology LoudspeakersWith dual 15-inch, 1400W woofers and a maximum output of >130dB; what started as an exercise to push loudspeaker performance limits is now a reality for audio and home theater enthusiasts.

Huntington Beach, CA – July 24, 2012 – Pro Audio Technology (PRO), the leader in loudspeakers and DSP-programmable amplifier systems for residential properties, today announced the SCR-3215sm loudspeaker, a seven foot tall, 350 pound four-way reference speaker designed for placement behind acoustically transparent screens. The culmination of more than 25 years in high-performance loudspeaker design by lifelong loudspeaker designer and PRO founder Paul Hales, the 3215 is truly a statement product.

Starting with the drivers, Pro Audio Technology went big, opting for dual 15-inch, 1400W woofers which offer a low frequency sensitivity of 102dB with one watt of input power. With over 350 square inches of surface area supported by a massive 30 pound motor system, the 3215 moves a lot of air to produce highly impactful bass. With four-inch voice coils, thermal power handling is maximized, allowing the SCR-3215sm to play at live concert sound pressure levels for extended periods of time without fear of driver failure.

At the heart of the SCR-3215sm’s mid/high frequency assembly is a 41-pound ultra high-output (114dB / 1 watt) compression driver. Its seven-inch carbon fiber diaphragm provides pistonic motion over three and one half octaves, resulting in the most effortless, coherent, and dynamically correct rendering of vocals and instrumentation possible. Dispersion and acoustic power transfer are controlled via a constant directivity horn with over 800 square inches of effective radiating surface – more than 40 times the radiating area of a typical cone midrange.

Upper-mid and high frequencies for the SCR-3215sm are supplied via a state-of-the-art coaxial compression driver utilizing an annular polymer diaphragm for silky smooth midrange and treble and uncolored harmonics to beyond 30 kHz. Mated to a large format 18” x 22” horn, the high frequency system provides 396 square inches of radiating surface to drive the air; or the equivalent of more than 500 one-inch dome tweeters per speaker. As in commercial cinema systems, the SCR-3215sm mid/high frequency assembly employs tri-amplification to maximize the performance of each driver in the system.

When paired with companion PMA Amplifiers the SCR-3215sm speakers are part of a sophisticated digital cinema system employing advanced DSP to redefine the industry’s concept of “accuracy” and sonic realism. Maximum output is >130 dB, making the SCR-3215 the definitive loudspeaker of choice for large to very large room applications, and those who desire a visceral concert experience in their home. Because they are designed to perform behind transparent screens at “Reference Levels” from more than 12 meters away, the 3215’s are also ideal for home theater installations.

“I designed my first loudspeaker when I was 16 and have never stopped looking for ways to improve speaker technology,” said Paul Hales, founder of Pro Audio Technology. “The 3215 loudspeaker started as a laboratory experiment to see how far we could push the limits of audio performance, and now it’s a reality with orders already in place. Our dealers can’t wait to let customers hear them in person.”

For more information about Pro Audio Technology products, visit www.proaudiotechnology.com.

Pro Audio Technology custom designs and manufactures DSP-driven loudspeakers and amplifiers with preeminent consumer and professional-grade audio engineering technology to produce sonically accurate, inherently robust audio systems. Pro Audio Technology loudspeakers are built with the amplifier as a critical part of the signal path, resulting in performance optimized systems that deliver a dynamic, true-to-life listening experience. The sound system of choice for discerning music and home theater enthusiasts, Pro Audio Technology is available globally through an elite group of high-end residential custom installers.

Extron Announces New Economical HDMI Twisted Pair Extender

Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the DTP HDMI 230 twisted pair extender for transmission of HDMI, audio, and bidirectional RS-232 and IR control signals up to 230 feet (70 meters) over a single CAT 5-type cable. The HDCP-compliant extender provides an economical and effective means for extending HDMI with embedded multi-channel audio from HDMI-equipped devices. In addition, the DTP HDMI 230 accepts analog stereo audio signals and digitizes them for simultaneous transmission over the same single twisted pair cable. The compact enclosure sizes and remote powering of either unit make the DTP HDMI 230 ideal for extending HDMI, audio, and bidirectional control in space-challenged environments. more

Loyola University Maryland Completes HD Transition with JVC ProHD Cameras

WAYNE, NJ – JVC Professional Products Company, a division of JVC Americas Corp., today announced that Baltimore’s Loyola University Maryland has completed a three-year transition to HD production for its Communication Department, which is built around a variety of JVC ProHD cameras.

Loyola has one GY-HM150 and four GY-HM100 handheld ProHD camcorders, which are used for broadcast journalism courses and Film Club projects. Three GY-HM790 cameras, purchased last summer, are used mostly as studio cameras, while three GY-HM750 cameras, purchased in February 2012, are used as ENG cameras in advanced classes as well as for community service productions. The department is planning to purchase six more JVC cameras during the 2012-2013 school year.

“We were very impressed with the performance of the GY-HM790 camera in the studio and purchased additional GY-HM750 cameras for field productions,” explained Herbert Jay Dunmore, television operations manager. “The cameras are very user friendly, and the similarity of menu structure allows for a smooth transition between models.”

Dunmore, who teaches digital media courses and serves as engineer for the department, is also the advisor to GreyComm Studios, a student television production club. Students produce a variety of programs, including news, sports, and reality shows. The organization provides a cross-discipline collaborative experience in digital convergence media to help students “learn in a production environment they would experience post graduation,” he said.

Beyond the transition to HD production, Loyola also moved from Apple Final Cut Pro to Adobe and Avid NLE systems. “JVC’s dual recording formats and direct-to-edit ability were significant factors,” Dunmore noted. “The 35 Mbps recording ability is an added bonus for many of the community-based projects that require high quality imaging for archival and post. The dual-slot recording option in both the GY-HM750 and GY-HM150 allows for immediate editing and producer review in separate locations.”

Students are big fans of JVC’s use of inexpensive, nonproprietary SDHC media cards instead of tape. Beyond the improved editing workflow, Dunmore said the dual recording feature of the GY-HM150 and GY-HM750 provides additional confidence in the field. Plus, the tapeless acquisition encourages students to use metadata and introduces them to basic asset management. “The JVC cameras have been the tools that allow us to move into different areas and see why they are important,” he added.

The HD upgrade of the studio and field production equipment was a top priority of the department. Student involvement and digital media course enrollment has grown by more than 30 percent over the last few years, and Dunmore said the new JVC cameras and other HD equipment have been a big part of the surge.

“During campus tours, students and parents are very impressed with our facility, which results in many of those interested students enrolling to our university,” he explained. “Our studio hardware setup has been used as a model for other colleges and universities in the area that are making the same transition toward high definition television production. We look forward to continuing our relationship with JVC, as they continue to provide cutting-edge technology that provides a user experience that prepares our students for the post-graduation production field.”

ABOUT JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY

Headquartered in Wayne, New Jersey, JVC Professional Products Company is a division of JVC Americas Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of JVC Kenwood Corporation. JVC is a leading manufacturer and distributor of broadcast and professional video and audio equipment. For further product information, visit JVC’s Web site at http://pro.jvc.com or call (800) 582-5825.

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BTX Increases Sales Force Coverage in the Middle Atlantic and Southeast Regions

HAWTHORNE, N.Y. — Aug. 2, 2012 — BTX Technologies, a value-added distributor and manufacturer of interface, integration, and system products today announced that the company is expanding its sales force coverage throughout the United States. The expansion will be led in the Southeast by Regional Sales Manager Chris Mehalso, CTS, and in the Middle Atlantic area by Regional Sales Manager George Hahalis. more

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GLOBALVUE SUPPLIES CLARION HOTEL PHOENIX TECH CENTER WITH NEW LCD TELEVISIONS

PHOENIX, AUGUST, 2 2012 – GlobalVue, a technology innovator delivering exceptional quality and value to the TV marketplace, recently supplied the Clarion Hotel Phoenix Tech Center in Phoenix, Arizona with 190 32-inch HD LCD flat-screen televisions featuring the integrated Pro:Idiom(r) Digital Rights Management System, just in time for baseball season, the hotel’s busiest season of the year.
When Clarion Hotel Phoenix Tech Center General Manager Jim Evanoff received word that it was time to transition the televisions at the Clarion Hotel Phoenix Center to flat screens, he shopped around for the best deal. Pleased with the budget-friendly price and high quality of GlobalVue’s HD LCD flat-screen televisions, he ordered a suite of sets complete with remotes and swivel mounts.
“The industry is moving so fast,” he explains. “We forecast that soon enough, hotel guests will be conducting all communication through their televisions. It was time for us to make the transition to flat-screens with Pro:Idiom technology in order to stay competitive.”
And the timing couldn’t have been better. The Clarion Hotel Phoenix Tech Center receives a lot of traffic during baseball season. Rooms are booked starting in early spring, thanks to the thirteen professional baseball teams that make their spring training homes in Phoenix and the three big college teams that welcome professional scouts each season.
“The hotel books quickly during baseball season and it has been wonderful unveiling the new televisions to our guests,” he says. “We have received such wonderful feedback.”
Evanoff and his staff decided to install the televisions themselves. The 32-inch televisions and swivels were a good fit for the hotel’s current armoires. Evanoff and his team easily mounted each television to the wall and programmed them soon after. The hotel’s old televisions were donated to a local homeless veteran shelter.
“We are thrilled that we were able to supply the Clarion Hotel Phoenix Tech Center with the right size televisions at an affordable price,” says Tim Martin, vice president of sales and marketing at GlobalVue. “The GlobalVue line of hospitality televisions is the ideal solution for managers like Evanoff, who are looking for an easy-to-install, high-quality television at a competitive price point. Delivering top performing in-room entertainment is more important than ever, as hoteliers compete for business and leisure travelers. We are proud to bring this product line as a solution for the changing needs of today’s hospitality market.”

GlobalVue’s Hospitality HD LCD Televisions, available in 32-, 37- and 42-inch class screen sizes, are designed for ease of installation and setup. All three models are equipped with the integrated Pro:Idiom Digital Rights Management System for delivering broad deployment of HDTV programming and other high-value digital content. Other features include MPEG-4, HD-ATSC/clear-QAM cable digital tuners (including legacy NTSC decoding), front panel lock-out and auto volume limiters.

GlobalVue’s televisions are available through a roster of top-tier independent distributors, including Best Buy for Business, Kingston Distribution LLC and Commercial Solutions, Inc.

About GlobalVue
GlobalVue was founded in 2010 to fill a void in the industry for superior-quality commercial televisions, specifically catering to the hospitality and fixed installation markets. Headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, the GlobalVue brand offers a wide range of high-quality, cost-effective products with all the features you’ve come to expect from a commercial television. GlobalVue’s hospitality televisions feature the Pro:Idiom(r) Digital Rights Management System for delivering HD programming and other high-value digital content specifically for hospitality applications.

GlobalVue has an established and rapidly growing distribution network and is able to supply the hospitality and fixed installation markets with high-quality commercial TVs at extremely competitive prices. For more information, please visit GlobalVue at www.globalvuetv.com or call 866-974-1968.

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DVEO to Launch Portable Live Streaming & Encoding Appliance at IBC 2012 –- Compact System is Only 9.8 Inches/25 Centimeters Long

San Diego, California —

SDI/HD-SDI to IP Streamer/Encoder -– MultiStreamer™ DIG/IP (micro)

DVEO, the broadcast division of Computer Modules, Inc. (CMI), will introduce the latest –- and smallest –- addition to their product family of real time streaming appliances that deliver content to iPads, laptops, OTT televisions, and mobile devices via IP. DVEO will debut the new system at Stand 2.A54 at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam, September 7-11.

The portable Linux® based MultiStreamer DIG/IP™ (micro) encoder/live streamer is only 9.8 inches (25 centimeters) long and 7.8 inches (19.8 centimeters) wide. It accepts uncompressed SDI or HD-SDI video (or optional HDMI or analog) from cameras, editing systems, or video servers, and supports simultaneous IP input.

The “micro” creates multiple simultaneous high, medium, and low bitrate IP streams and sends them to smart phones, tablets, content delivery networks (CDNs), and remote video capture devices. The IP transport streams can be provided with most industry standard protocols, including UDP, RTP, or IGMP, and wrappers such as HLS, RTMP, RTSP, etc.

The MultiStreamer™ DIG/IP (micro) runs on a high end Intel® I7 4 Core (Ivy Bridge) processor. It encodes up to one 1080i or 1080p HD stream plus one 720p HD stream at 6 Mbps, and 2 SD streams at 2 Mbps. Audio output is AAC, Ogg Vorbis, optional MP3, optional MPEG-1 Layer II, or optional “SurCode for Dolby Digital” AC-3.

“The new MultiStreamer micro’s light weight and size make it much easier to carry HD video quality webcasting and streaming equipment to sites,” stated Scott Grizzle, Product Manager for DVEO. “Typically our customers use it in the field to gather news video and stream it live to the TV station. We also recommend it for sending video of live events and concerts, sporting events, corporate training, and religious services to iPads, iPhones, and other portable devices. This small portable box weighs just five pounds –- 2.27 kilograms.”

The MultiStreamer micro is also available in numerous video formats. All systems include one GigE IP input. Customers may select one additional input format –- SDI/HD-SDI, HDMI, 8VSB, DVB-T+T2, Analog, DVB-ASI, DVB-S+S2, QAM, or DVB-C. The systems include schedulable input -– they can receive input at a specified date and time.

Supported resolutions include qHD, H.264up, SQVGA, QCIF, QVGA, CIF, 720p, or any custom size up to 1080p. The systems feature a web-based GUI with SNMP support for remote access.

In addition to the micro, DVEO’s MultiStreamer streaming appliances are available in several other configurations -– mini (1 RU), midi, (2 RU), maxi (3 RU), and the Brutus 4 RU and 1 RU blade systems. All MultiStreamers have been tested to be compatible with major brands of IP devices including Amino™, Roku, Atlanta DTH, and Apple iPad® and iPhone®. They are also compatible with major brands of CDNs and H.264 decoders.

Supplemental Information for Press Release

Features – MultiStreamer™ DIG/IP (micro)

  • Supports both HD and SD H.264/ MPEG-4 AVC encoding with auto detection and “virtual” stream replication
  • Inputs: One SDI or HD-SDI input, one GigE IP input
  • Optional HDMI input instead of SDI/HD-SDI input
  • Optional analog input instead of SDI/HD-SDI input
  • Outputs: Multiple simultaneous IP streams through GigE port (RJ45), SDI or HD-SDI video loop through
  • IP Output protocols: HTTP Live (HLS), HTTP, UDP, RTP, RTSP, multicast and unicast with transport stream envelope, HTTP Smooth, HTTP Dynamic, FTP, RTMP (Open Flash), or WMV9 with HTTP/ASF
  • Support for all 3 flavors of segmented streaming: Apple® HTTP live, Windows® HTTP smooth, and Flash HTTP dynamic. These streams can be played by Apple® and Android devices as well as Silverlight and Flash Clients.
  • Able to upconvert incoming SD streams to HD, and scale down
  • Can serve streams in RTMP protocol for direct playback using Flash players or for publishing to CDNs
  • Can output WMV9/WMA streams in Windows® HTTP/ASF envelope for direct playback using Windows® Media Player
  • Supports M3u8 playlist files (standalone and through HTTP live)
  • Supports H.264 High Profile @ Level 4.0 (HP@L4)
  • Supports 1080i, 1080p, 720p, 480i, 480p, CIF, QCIF, qHD, H.264up and many others, and custom resolutions
  • Creates simultaneous High, Medium, and Low bitrate streams
  • Built-in SSL VPN client for secure transport of streams across the internet or for traversing complicated networks. The tunnel is based on OpenVPN and it works for both multicast and unicast traffic.
  • Audio Input: SDI Embedded, AC3 Embedded, or AES/EBU
  • Audio Output: AAC, Ogg Vorbis, optional MP3, optional MPEG-1 Layer II, or optional “SurCode for Dolby Digital” AC-3
  • Tested to work with Wowza®, Adobe® Flash®, and RealNetworks® Helix® servers
  • Tested compatible with major brands of IP devices including Amino™, Roku®, Atlanta DTH, and Apple iPad® and iPhone®
  • Tested compatible with major brands of H.264 decoders
  • Supports hundreds of IPTV clients (depends on bandwidth)
  • Configure and operate via Remote GUI
  • SNMP remote management with low power consumption due to Ivy Bridge Intel CPU
  • Ships with one HLS streaming enabled – for instant QA of functionality
  • Optional pre-configured Cisco® 4 port Gigabit router
  • Dimensions: 7.8 x 9.8 x 3.3 inches, 19.9 x 24.9 x 8.4 centimeters (WxLxH)

Suggested Retail Prices:
MultiStreamer DIG/IP (micro): $4,995 U.S.
MultiStreamer HDMI/IP (micro): $4,995 U.S.
MultiStreamer Analog/IP (micro): $4,995 U.S.

DVEO, MultiStreamer DIG/IP, and MultiStreamer HDMI/IP are trademarks of Computer Modules, Inc.
All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

About CMI and DVEO:
CMI, founded in 1982, is a privately held company headquartered in San Diego, California. DVEO, the Broadcast Division of Computer Modules, Inc., sells digital video and high definition television (HDTV) products to the top television broadcast companies throughout the world.

For more information on CMI and DVEO, please contact Rebecca Gray at +1 (858) 613-1818 or rebecca@dveo.com. To download DVEO’s press releases and product images, visit the news section at www.dveo.com.

DVEO, 11409 West Bernardo Ct. San Diego, CA, 92127
Web: www.dveo.com phone: +1 (858) 613-1818, fax: +1 (858) 613-1815

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Platinum Tools® New Coax Clarifier™ Layout/Fault Finder Now Shipping

CAMARILLO, Calif., Aug. 1, 2012 – Platinum Tools(R) (www.platinumtools.com), the leader in solutions for the preparation, installation and hand termination of wire and cable, is proud to announce that the new Coax Clarifier™ (p/n TCC200 / 220) layout/fault finder is now shipping.

“The Coax Clarifier system has been designed to qualify and quantify ‘Dark’ coax systems,” explained Lee Sachs, Platinum Tools, Inc. president and general manager. “The field technician often comes across ‘Dark’ unpowered coax systems that give no clue as to their design, condition, or configuration. Made in the U.S.A, the Coax Clarifier helps solve this problem.”

The Coax Clarifier determines individual run quality as well as to determine the ability of the overall system’s capability to deliver good quality video at both standard and high definition levels. With an easy-to-read large backlit LCD, the Coax Clarifier shows loss levels on each coax cable run and displays a bar graph of quality for each. Detecting and testing splitters for quality, shorts/opens, etc. is also done on each test. Finally, the Coax Clarifier uses inexpensive wiremap remotes that allow the technician to singlehandedly “map” an entire system easily and quickly. Cable length measurements, signal quality measurements, and wiremapping all in one compact, rugged tester.

In addition, separate wire mapping sets allows a technician to map out the entire coax system and measure the quality and characterization of the overall network for carrying services, such as high grade video, surveillance data, and HD programming. It also has the ability identify the testing remotes through splitters, showing the end location of multiple runs off of installed splitters.

Additional Coax Clarifier features and specifications include:
• Measures cable length up to 1,500 ft. (457 meters)
• Four unique tones to distinguish between respective outlets
• Wiremaps up to 12 coax locations
• Size: 6.8 x 3.15 x 1.3 inches
• Weight: 12 oz (with battery)
• MSRP: $329 – $449 USD (depending on kit configuration)

For more information on Platinum Tools and its complete product line, please visit www.platinumtools.com, call (800) 749-5783, or email info@platinumtools.com.

About Platinum Tools
Platinum Tools, founded in 1997, was created based upon two very simple objectives. First, develop the absolute best possible solutions for the preparation, installation, and hand termination of wire and cable. Second, implement an operational infrastructure that can deliver these products in an efficient, timely, and high quality manner.

All of our products must absolutely satisfy three critical benchmark criteria…utility of function; quality of function; and economic value. Our people are our company. They, too, must be focused on and work to satisfy three critical benchmark criteria…customer satisfaction; product knowledge and expertise; and willingness to learn and adapt.

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SYMETRIX SOLUS 16 REVITALIZES FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF APPLETON

appelton_fum_church.JPGAPPLETON, WISCONSIN: The roots of First United Methodist Church of Appleton, Wisconsin were planted 165 years ago when a frontier preacher named William H. Sampson gave a sermon in one of the few shanties that comprised the nascent town. Sorrows and joys enough to fill a book span the years between then and now, and presently First United is the spiritual home for over 1,300 residents and a cornerstone of community life. Long ago, the church outgrew its chapel and constructed a larger sanctuary on adjacent land. However, the chapel continues to serve the community on a nearly daily basis, hosting organizational meetings, prayer meetings, weddings and musical events – most notably involving students and staff from nearby Lawrence University. Metro Sound & Video recently modernized the chapel’s sound system with a Symetrix Solus 16 processor and Extron user control that will soon be more

Vaddio Selects Industry Leading IT Distributors to Represent IT Channels

Vaddio’s industry leading EasyUSB video and audio conferencing products will now be available to the IT industry. Because the recently launched EasyUSB tools can also be used as a computer peripheral, Vaddio has selected three IT distributors to provide distribution to the IT community: Visitec Distribution, HD Distributing and Stampede.

Since 2001, Visitec Distribution has been a certified distributor for Tandberg Videoconferencing products, now Cisco Telepresence. Visitec will continue to grow this existing IT channel by adding Vaddio’s EasyUSB solutions. “Visitec Distribution is proud to expand on our long history with Vaddio by being named as a national distributor of the Vaddio EasyUSB products for the IT partner channel,” says President of Visitec, Chris Reiss.  “The steady adoption of software-based codecs has created demand for a high quality PTZ camera and room audio solution that enables group collaboration. The Vaddio EasyUSB product addresses this emerging need with simplicity and cost effectiveness.”

HD Distributing is a national value-added distributor of videoconferencing and Unified Communication solutions. In an effort to provide partners an end-to-end solution, HD Distributing will add Vaddio EasyUSB tools to its existing product line that includes Radvision (an Avaya Company), AvTeq, Chief, LG and Global Conferencing Solutions. “We are extremely excited to add Vaddio to our product portfolio,” explains CEO of HD Consulting, Steve Garber. “As companies embrace Unified Communications and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) models, the need to conference with anyone, anywhere has become a necessity. Vaddio’s EasyUSB products allow any room to become a high definition TelePresence suite, with support for virtually any desktop conferencing platform, and enables companies large or small to expand their video collaboration capabilities.”

Known for its value-added distribution, Stampede is a leading distributor of presentation equipment – specifically Sony Videoconferencing solutions. “Vaddio’s EasyUSB is a game-changing product line,” says Stampede President & COO, Kevin Kelly. “Together with our other videoconferencing solutions, specifically those from Sony and Radvision, Stampede now offers an unprecedented range of offerings for all IT applications, platforms and price points. What more, every one of our system solutions comes backed with the necessary engineering expertise and product knowledge required to make every solution we sell an easy turnkey experience for customers.”

About Vaddio:
Vaddio is the leading manufacturer of specialty PTZ cameras and camera control systems used in the audiovisual, videoconference and broadcast industries. Your customers demand cutting-edge technology that’s simple to use. You want equipment that’s easy to install and reliable to operate. Vaddio serves integrators and operators alike – with broadcast-quality PTZ cameras and control systems that deliver the performance you need with the convenience you demand. More information can be found on the Vaddio website, www.vaddio.com or at (800) 572.2011.

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U.S. BROADCAST TEAMS RECRUIT AUTOSCRIPT TELEPROMPTERS FOR THE SUMMER’S MAJOR TELEVISED SPORTING EVENTS

Autoscript, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, a world leading teleprompting company, announces that several of its prompting solutions are helping broadcasters go for the gold when delivering the latest sporting news from Europe. U.S. broadcasters recruited a series of LED19TFT, LED15TFT and LED8TFT teleprompters to cover these memorable games. more

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