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Press Releases For : October 2, 2014

Prism Sound Announces A Drum Masterclass In Germany

Gavin Harrison

Internationally acclaimed drummer Gavin Harrison is collaborating with Prism Sound to deliver a unique Drum Masterclass, which will take place at KMR Audio in Berlin on Saturday November 1, 2014.

Harrison has worked with a wide range of artists including Iggy Pop, Porcupine Tree, Sam Brown and King Crimson. His Masterclass in Germany will focus on techniques for recording drums in a studio and will give those attending the opportunity to record a track on his Sonor drum kit.

Harrison recently gave a similar Masterclass at Ananda Studios in the UK, which was hugely successful. Prism Sound supported that event by providing audio interface equipment.

Bernard Nocker, Prism Sound’s sales representative in Germany, says: “We were so inspired by it that we decided to host another event in Germany where there is enormous demand for this kind of hands-on workshop. Gavin is an inspiring teacher and during the Masterclass he will focus on the demands of being a session player and how to deliver a great performance, even when under pressure. He will also give each attendee individual feedback so that they can raise their game to another level.”

To ensure the highest possible audio quality throughout the recording chain, Prism Sound will once again deploy a number of its Atlas USB audio interfaces to track the microphones from the drum kit into Logic. Aimed squarely at multitrack recording applications, Atlas benefits from Prism Sound’s 27 year history in digital audio processing and interface design. It incorporates the company’s latest award-winning CleverClox dual hybrid clocking technology and offers recording professionals ultimate quality analogue and digital I/O for Mac or Windows PC at sample rates up to 192kHz. In addition to the USB host interface, Atlas also features Prism Sound’s new MDIO interface expansion slot. With eight acclaimed Prism Sound microphone preamplifiers as standard, Atlas is ideally suited to the needs of drummers.

Gavin Harrison’s Prism Sound Drum Masterclass runs for three hours and is not suitable for beginners. Capacity is limited to a maximum of 12 participants and the cost of the session is €150 per person. Anyone wanting to attend should visit:



About Prism Sound
Founded in 1987, Prism Sound manufacture high-quality professional digital audio equipment for the International broadcast, film, music production, manufacturing and telecommunications sectors. The company’s product range includes the Prism ADA-8XR precision 8-channel converter unit, which is regularly used for music and film soundtrack projects by clients such as EMI Abbey Road, BBC, Sony, Lucasfilm and Walt Disney. Prism Sound also manufactures a range of audio test and measurement products, including the de facto standard DSA-1 handheld digital audio generator/analyser and the dScope Series III audio analyser system.

For more information: www.prismsound.com

Shotoku Boosts Studio Capabilities of National Spanish Broadcaster

Versatile Robotic Pan/Tilt System Delivers Big For Major Madrid Media Group

Madrid, Spain – Shotoku Broadcast Systems, a leading international manufacturer of advanced camera support products, has announced the recent installation of a robotically controlled system comprising numerous pan and tilt heads and dual 16-camera control systems at Atresmedia Corporación de Medios de Comunicación, S.A. The Madrid-based Spanish media group, a national broadcaster, maintains a significant presence in the television, radio and cinema industries. The sale was made through Shotoku’s regional reseller Datos Media.

After in-depth testing and on-site demonstrations, the Shotoku systems — seven TG-18 robotic pan and tilt heads and two 16-camera TR-T control systems — were selected by Atresmedia Corporación as key pieces of its re-launched and refurbished studio to replace its older gear.

“Since the first test, we were satisfied with the overall capability of Shotoku’s system, both operationally and technically,” says Fernando García del Rey, Head of Studio Operations, Atresmedia. “The system works well, operators find it easy to use, and the support we get from Shotoku, with Datos Media, has been excellent.”

According to James Eddershaw, Shotoku sales director, Atresmedia is a brand new client and the first order with Shotoku’s newly appointed agent in the region, Datos Media, signaling a major win for the company. “I am delighted to be working with Atresmedia – one of Spain’s leading national broadcasters with a long history of experience in robotic camera systems,” says Eddershaw. “To be selected by them after a detailed evaluation, is praise indeed for our systems.”
The Datos team worked very closely with the Atresmedia crew during installation and provided full training on-site once the system was integrated. Now, the station is live and on-air every day.

“We were extremely pleased to be able to supply a large Shotoku system to Atresmedia, especially so soon after partnering with Shotoku in Spain,” says Tomas Nielsen, managing director, Datos Media. “Like Atresmedia, we were happy with the way the project went, with very smooth integration into the existing studio environment and all completed on time.”

The TG-18 has a 56kg payload capacity making it ideal for any ENG camera/lens combinations in typical studio configurations including the usual accessories such as viewfinder, hand controls and teleprompter/preview monitor. The TG-18 offers exceptional pan and tilt control, allowing complete freedom for on-air adjustments from the control systems. The head combines all the features expected of a high performance remote pan and tilt head (i.e. high accuracy, smooth movement, silent operation and high payload) with a full manual override capability.

The completely configurable screen layouts of the TR-T system supports 16 cameras, capable of being controlled by a single operator position, and displayed in any configuration to suit the particular requirements of the program. The TR-T panel style uses multicolored illuminated keys to communicate system status and control settings, with the same high precision joystick for ultra-smooth, on-air control that has become the trademark of a Shotoku system.

About Shotoku Broadcast Systems
Shotoku Broadcast Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and marketing of a full range of camera support products with emphasis on manual and robotic pedestals and pan/tilt heads for the television broadcast industry. The Company also provides robotic camera systems capable of interfacing with third-party equipment. Established as an engineering design firm specializing in advanced mechanics and electronic control systems, Shotoku maintains headquarters in Japan with offices in Staines, UK and Torrance, CA. The Company’s robotic camera systems are designed, developed and manufactured in Staines, UK. For further information: www.Shotoku.co.uk
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Shotoku contact: James Eddershaw
+44 (0) 1784 224650 / mailto:info@shotoku.co.uk

Press contact: Desert Moon Public Relations & Advertising / Harriet Diener
+1-845-512-8283 / mailto:Harriet@DesertMoon.tv

dB Technologies introduces new Theater Series stage monitors

DVX DM12 TH front

Italian loudspeaker manufacturer dB Technologies presents their new high performance TH theater series stage monitors. The initial introduction include the DVX-DM12 TH and DVX-DM15 TH active two-way stage monitors. High output – 136 dB max SPL. Featuring either 12” or 15” neodymium woofers with 4” voice coil coupled with 1.4” exit HF neo compression driver with 2.5” voice coil. The cabinets feature rotatable HF driver (for left or right configuration), double EQ preset, input and output panels on either side and universal switch mode power supply. Frequency response on the DVX-DM12 TH is 63Hz-16 kHz and on the DVX-DM15 TH is 55Hz-16 kHz (+/-6 dB).
Let’s take a closer look:
A unique feature of the TH series monitors is the ability to rotate the front panel to configure the monitor with the horn on the right or on the left for stage positioning and stereo configuration purposes. In addition, the 90×40 horn can be rotated for proper pattern coverage.
Utilizing the latest in amplifier technology from dB Technologies, the TH series incorporates a two-way Digipro G2 amplifier which splits the power delivering 750-watts RMS to the low frequency section and 375-watts RMS to the high frequency section. Conceived to operate in full-range mode, thanks to the SMPS (Switched-Mode Power Supplies) and PFC (Power Factor Correction) technologies assure operation with supply voltages between 100 Vac and 240 Vac, ensuring the same performance even with floating and non-stabilized power supply.
The linear response and accurate frequency response allow the TH series to be used on stages large or small, wherever high levels of performance are required. A selector located on the input panel allows to choose between two preset equalizations – EQ FLAT and TH EQ.
The monitor cabinets are constructed of heavy-duty 15-mm multi-layer birch, painted with a black polyurea for ruggedness and roadworthiness. All inputs (Powercon and XLR input) are located at one end with the links (Powercon and XLR output) at the opposite end for ease of pass-through connectivity. The input section also includes LED indicators monitoring the internal limiter circuit, amplifier status, power voltage, input sensitivity and audio signal presence. Two recessed side handles facilitate transport.
For additional information and technical specifications on these products, please find those on the following links:
DMX-DM12 TH www.dbtechnologies.com/EN/Products/new_products/dvx_dm12_th_p1837.aspx
DMX-DM15 TH www.dbtechnologies.com/EN/Products/new_products/dvx_dm15_th_p1846.aspx

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Clay Paky B-EYE K10s Make Red Rocks Debut with STS9 Concert and Join Band’s Fall Touring Rig

BNSTS920140906JP_1200px_004Lighting designer Saxton Waller selected 22 Clay Paky A.leda B-EYE K10 LED-based moving lights controlled by a grandMA2 with NPU for two sold-out STS9 concerts at the famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, the lead up to the band’s cross-country fall tour. The fixtures and console were provided by Brown Note Productions, Inc. in Thornton, Colorado. A.C.T Lighting, Inc. is the exclusive distributor of Clay Paky and MA products in North America.

The instrumental band STS9 (Sound Tribe Sector 9), which plays self-described post-rock dance music, is one of the nation’s top-grossing tour acts with a heavy presence in the festival circuit. Their dates at Red Rocks, September 5 and 6, preceded the start of their first tour in nearly a year. The tour will play venues in the Midwest and East, including Chicago, New York, Detroit and Pittsburgh.

Brown Note Productions, Inc. is a full-service audio, lighting and video production company specializing in touring, festivals and special events. It won the 2013 Parnelli Award for “Hometown Hero Lighting Company of the Year” and is nominated for the same award again this year.

“STS9 is our flagship client: We’ve been working with the band for the 10 years we’ve been in business,” says CEO Sara B. Knutson, who is partnered with her husband, Ryan, in Brown Note Productions. “STS9 has played Red Rocks, named the best concert venue in the country, a number of times before. And we do 30-35 shows there annually with clients, so it’s a very familiar venue. The B-EYE K10s made their Red Rocks debut with STS9, then will accompany the band on their six-week tour.”

Brown Note Productions is a fan of Clay Paky products with more than 60 Sharpys and 16 Sharpy Washes in their inventory. Now, 22 B-EYE K10s have joined the product roster.

“We expect the K10s to be accepted by all the major tours,” says Knutson; the fixtures were rented previously by String Cheese Incident for their show at Electric Forest. “We also look for the K10s to bring in new clients who are excited by the hype and what the lights can do. Clay Paky always puts out amazing products – look at Sharpy and how it has revolutionized the industry. Their products are solid and in-demand – we can’t keep them in stock!”

Brown Note Productions has a long history with MA consoles, too. “We started with one many years ago and have really ramped up our inventory so we now carry two grandMA2s, a grandMA2 light, an NPU, a command wing and we still have a grandMA1. They are the go-to desk for any major tour; they’re on every rider and are specked for all the big national festivals.”

Saxton Waller, who heads Denver-based Roygbiv Lighting & Show Design, has been the lighting designer for STS9 for 14 years. He saw Clay Paky B-EYE K20s at a recent Phish concert and when a sample K10 became available he got a chance to “play with it” for a day and see if the fixture would fit into STS9′s new touring rig.

“I used 22 K10s for Red Rocks, and we’re touring with 20,” he says.
“I’m using the K10s any way I can: every function they have, I use – wash mode for big-stage looks, beaming down without opening the prisms for small beam effects, rotating them and opening and closing the prisms for custom effects.” At Red Rocks and on tour STS9 has opted not to use video elements in their shows so lighting design and effects play a bigger role than ever.

At Red Rocks Waller placed one K10 behind each of the five band members and tilted the fixtures forward about 25º “to get them under the band and all the way back to the rocks,” he explains. The remaining 17 K10s were mounted in the truss. The fixtures will be deployed in a similar way for the touring rig.

Waller built custom macros for the K10s that extend creative flexibility with color. “I’ve written probably 30 custom chases with colors attached. So in a three-spoke fan each spoke stays the same color all the way around, like a gobo wheel spinning. I can fire them of in any combination,” he explains.

He attached ghost protocol presets to his custom chases to facilitate writing the macros assigning the K10 color combinations. “Each chase can have 60-80 steps, so I only have to write it once, not each time I have a different color combination.”

Waller has also invented a way to see each beam of the K10s in MA 3D setting up each cell as an individual moving light. “It’s been priceless for me to see the beam structure in the studio without setting up the entire rig,” he says.

“Brown Note is a great company and has always been a great partner of ours,” says A.C.T Lighting Vice President of Sales, Brian Dowd. “They’re always excited about trying the latest and greatest equipment and they’re able to do so in a way that really showcases the gear.”

Chris Ruppel from Brown Note Productions gets kudos from Waller for “making it all happen” with K10 and grandMA2 programming.

About A.C.T Lighting

A leading importer and distributor of lighting products, A.C.T Lighting, Inc. strives to identify future trends and cutting-edge products, and stock, sell and support their inventory. The company provides superior customer service and value for money to all of its clients.

For more information call 818-707-0884.

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Analog Way releases new Apps and bolsters its offerings of Software and Tools

September 2014 – Analog Way, a leading designer and manufacturer of innovative presentation switchers and image converters, is pleased to announce the immediate availability of AW Toolbox. This wireless App to remotely operate the LiveCore™ series of AV processors completes Analog Way’s recent line of software and tools released to help operators get the most out of the high-end mixers.

Analog Way is pleased to announce the availability of AW Toolbox, a mobile App designed to control the LiveCore™ series of presentation mixers. The wireless application offers the ability to fine-tune any multi-projector Soft Edge Blend, recall presets and Master presets with seamless transitions, and easily configure the processor’s inputs and outputs, all via WiFi. In addition, AW Toolbox displays sources and logos through dynamic snapshots automatically refreshed every second. Compatible with Android™ tablets and Apple iPad, AW Toolbox is available on both the Google Play Store ($19.90 – 14.90€) and iOS App Store® ($19.99 – 17.99€).

Philippe Vitali, Integration and Application Software Director, explains: “In order to make the operation of our LiveCore™ mixers even simpler, we’ve designed AW Toolbox to offer remote control. Through its user-friendly interface, operators can now easily operate their system with a tap or flick of a finger, wherever they are in their show area”.

In addition to AW Toolbox, Analog Way’s Integration and Application Software team has released a series of free tools to provide support to users in their daily operations.
Among them, AW Gateway allows up to 5 simultaneous connections to one single Analog Way switcher that does not natively support multiple controllers.
The AW Screen Frame Cutter was designed for Soft Edge Blending applications. The tool helps split any wide-screen image into multiple still backgrounds including overlaps very easily.
Finally, Analog Way released the AW EDID Editor. This free software allows users to create and edit any standard EDID files to ensure optimal compatibility between sources and display systems. AW EDID Editor can be used within any application no matter the systems involved.
These tools are all available as free downloads on www.analogway.com and are all compatible with Windows and Mac OS X.

SSL Live Bids Farewell to Corey Hart

“The depth of field was amazing; I was really impressed by the spaciousness of it”

MONTREAL Corey Hart hung up his sunglasses for good at an emotional sold-out farewell concert for 13,500 hometown fans at Montreal’s Bell Centre, supported by an SSL Live console at front of house. A 1980s phenom, Hart has had nine consecutive Top 40 hits, with “Sunglasses at Night” being his most recognizable. Outfitted with sound services by Solotech in Canada, it was another local Montreal hero, Denis Savage, who mixed the show and the week-long rehearsal.

Denis Savage with SSL LiveFor Hart’s Farewell concert, the band consisted of two guitars, bass, drums, keyboards, percussion, saxophone and backing vocals, plus a few guests. Since Hart hadn’t performed live in almost a decade, the group spent a week in rehearsals to guarantee he gave audiences the show of a lifetime. “I recorded the rehearsals in multi-track, so I had two Pro Tools® rigs,” explains Savage, a long-time SSL user who has been Celine Dion’s FOH and studio engineer for the past 28 years. “One was a virtual playback machine and the other was recording straight from the preamps on stage.”

The extra practice also provided Savage with plenty of time to familiarise himself with the new SSL Live console. He found the integration of multi-track playback of live performances a great help in quickly programming the console. “For me, the way they set up the virtual sound check so that you can monitor through your recorder all the time and then just play back the sound while you’re programming is great,” he adds. “The way it’s set up is really amazing and effortless. I recorded the entire rehearsal through Pro Tools so I could stop, play back and program quickly while the band was on break, which was a big thing for me.”

Savage was initially drawn to SSL Live’s large, centre touch screen. “You’d think you need to use the centre screen all the time, but then you realize there’s a smaller one with colour-coded rotary knobs around it, and that’s where everything is happening,” he explains. “I was really able to increase my production speed once I understood that while I do want to see things on the big screen, I should use the smaller one to go through my menu, EQs, auxiliaries and so on. Once I got the hang of the process, my output was super fast.”
By the end of rehearsals, Savage had learned the full capabilities of SSL Live’s Focus Channel area located on the right-hand side of the console. “The screen was very visual for me to see where things were and how things were set up, but I was using the encoders way more,” he explains. “Initially, it looks kind of complicated. In fact, when I first saw it I was like, ‘Wow, this is going to be difficult just to set up.’ But, once I got my initial setup taken care of, I was able to better understand how things work. It flows nicely, and the depth of field was amazing. I couldn’t believe it. I was really impressed by the spaciousness of the console. It’s fun to work on and it sounds really good. I really like that console.”

Savage additionally notes that the classic SSL sonic signature combined with the modern control surface of the SSL Live console provide him with the perfect solution to get a great mix. “The sound of the SSL Live is very sweet; the lows are very deep and tight and I didn’t have to fight to blend and mix,” he says. “I also didn’t need to add too much EQ as the mix just falls into place quickly. When you mix on a good console, the little things add up to make a great sound. That’s exactly the feeling I got. Live is a fun console, too. Its compact size ensured that I wasn’t all over the place. It was like driving a sports car; I had access to everything quickly. I loved it.”

The Corey Hart Farewell Concert wasn’t the first time Savage got his hands on an SSL console. He also mixes on an SSL Duality at Studio Piccolo, his commercial studio in Montreal, and started using the SSL MT Plus console over a decade ago for Dion’s initial five-year residency at the Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. Today, Savage notes that SSL’s first true live sound console is an even better live solution for him as it incorporates features that improve his previous workflow.

“I did 737 shows at the Colosseum on the MT Plus and I never had a crash in five years, never had a single problem, it was flawless,” he says “Since SSL’s design team is so great, they are always listening to their customers and modifying their solutions to fit our needs. Now, the SSL Live gives me several options that I didn’t have with the MT Plus. I can use channels however I want. I can unfold them, offset them and then refold them. Basically, everything that was added to SSL’s other consoles over the years has now been incorporated into the Live console.”


Solid State Logic is the world’s leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for music, broadcast, live and post production professionals. For more information about our award-winning products, please visit: www.solidstatelogic.com.

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WorldStage Hires Jerry Romano as Director of Broadcast Sales

JerryromanoWorldStage is pleased to announce the addition of Jerry Romano as Director, Broadcast Sales. An industry veteran, Romano was most recently Vice President, TV/Film at the New York City office of 4Wall Entertainment Lighting, a national company offering entertainment lighting rentals, lighting systems design and integration.

“Jerry is a seasoned professional with more than two decades of experience in sales management, operations and production in the areas of television programming and digital media,” says WorldStage president Josh Weisberg. “His expertise includes syndicated and broadcast programming, series, event production, cable network start ups and IPTV programming.”

At WorldStage Romano’s main duties will be video, audio and lighting sales to broadcasters for permanent and temporary studio work, including rentals, staging and equipment sales in the New York metro area and beyond. “With Jerry’s help we hope to grow and further consolidate the significant work we’ve been doing in this market segment,” Weisberg adds.

Romano began his career with the historic launch of MTV and did the opening camera shot when the first words were said, “You’ll never look at TV the same way again.” He has always been in the forefront of the industry utilizing the first portable video equipment in the late 1970s and witnessing the birth of cable television, the first use of nonlinear editing systems for live broadcast, early HDTV production and the launch of IPTV programming services.

At CBS Romano created the business unit and managed the staff that marketed CBS Broadcast Center, which included scenic, studios, postproduction, mobile and satellite services, to external clients. At The Image Group he spearheaded all business development activities for New York’s largest studio and postproduction facilities services company.

In his role as Vice President of TV/Film at 4Wall Entertainment Lighting his clients numbered many broadcast and cable networks, reality shows and Internet-streamed programs.

Romano has long been associated with the Emmy organization and has served as Chairman of the Emmy Awards in New York and Executive Producer of 10 Emmy Award Gala broadcasts and produced the 30th News & Documentary Emmy Awards. He is a long-term member of the National Emmy Awards Committee.

“Joining the team at WorldStage is an exciting opportunity for me to work with people who have a deep understanding of technology and have built a solid platform in broadcast, offering video display, lighting and sound to studios that include the new ESPN Studios and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” says Romano.

Gary Standard, WorldStage CEO, concluded, “Jerry is going to be a great addition to our team. Our broadcast business has always been always been an important component to our company and he will contribute greatly to the phenomenal growth we’ve seen in this market over the past two years.”

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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Press Releases For : October 1, 2014

DVEO’s Ad+EAS Serter Selected as a Finalist in 27th Annual San Diego Connect Most Innovative New Product Awards

San Diego, California — October 1, 2014 — DVEO, the broadcast division of Computer Modules, Inc. (CMI), announced today that its ad inserter and EAS emergency alert system, the Ad+EAS Serter™, has been selected as a finalist in the Communications and IT category for the 2014 Most Innovative New Product Awards, sponsored by CONNECT. CONNECT, a regional program that catalyzes the creation of innovative technology and life sciences products in San Diego County, continues its twenty-seven year tradition of honoring San Diego’s leaders of innovation and groundbreaking new products with the annual award.

The Ad+EAS Serter is a broadcast quality playout server with Ad and EAS (Emergency Alert System) capabilities. It inserts emergency alerts — plus video clips, text, graphics, and RSS news feeds — anywhere on video content, live, on a schedule, or via signaling like SCTE 35 signals from EAS generators.

It adds messages to one to four targeted SD cable or on-air channels or sub channels, or to one to four IPTV SD channels. (An option for 1 HD and 3 SD channels is available.) The high density system is available for three video formats — DVB-ASI, IP, or SDI.

The Ad+EAS Serter is designed for broadcast studios, cable head ends, and IPTV operators who require an easy to use EAS messaging system to communicate with their subscribers. The system is currently deployed at a major cable company to originate important messages to the entire subscriber base.

The system is compatible with Trilithic™, Sage™, and Monroe™ EAS Alert generators. EAS audio from EAS systems is spliced into live audio, and emergency audio messages are sent to viewers.

“We are excited to be one of three finalists in our category for the very prestigious Most Innovative New Product Awards,” stated Laszlo Zoltan, Vice President of DVEO. “With the Ad+EAS Serter, our customers can reduce the cost of ad insertion in IPTV and digital broadcasting. Traditional methodology relied upon post production work flows. In the digital world, ads are inventoried and inserted in real time.”

“For 27 years CONNECT has been hosting the Most Innovative Products awards and each year the entrants just keep getting better — this is one of the most competitive fields we’ve seen for MIP yet,” said Greg McKee, CEO of CONNECT. “Annually, through the MIP awards, CONNECT proudly presents to the community the innovations and ground-breaking products being developed in San Diego.”

The 2014 Most Innovative New Product Awards received generous support from lead sponsors Ardea Biosciences and Cubic, as well as supporting sponsors including Barney & Barney, Cox, CBRE, D&K Engineering, Kaiser Permanente, Knobbe Martens, Merck, Nextivity, Pfizer, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Procopio, Qualcomm and San Diego State University.

For the complete list of winners and other information please visit the Most Innovative New Product Awards website at http://connect.org/mipawards/.

Supplemental Information for Press Release


  • Inserts or overlays emergency alerts – text and/or graphics – into video feeds on a schedule or via signaling like SCTE 35 signals from EAS generators
  • Creates crawling messages and emergency alerts with programmable fonts and background colors, in any language
  • Compatible with Trilithic™, Sage™, and Monroe™ EAS alert generators
  • Works with most fonts: Chinese, Arabic, Indian, etc. via Unicode interface
  • SD – Optional SD plus HD version available
  • Inserts video clips or graphical overlays, or L wraps for advertising
  • Supports multiple areas of interest
  • Proof of play for all ads and emergency messages played
  • Built in intelligence makes scheduling easy
  • Supports 1080i, 720p, and 480i, and all standard broadcast resolutions
  • Selects transport streams by program numbers or PIDs
  • Features daily, weekly, and monthly schedule-based logos, alerts, and text insertion
  • Arbitrary location for graphics
  • Choose from static, rotating, or blinking graphics, logos, and text
  • Creates crawling messages and emergency alerts with programmable fonts and background colors, in any language
  • Select any degree of transparency
  • Easy drag and drop placement to position logo, text, or graphics on screen
  • News feeds from RSS in any language, with programmable fonts and background colors
  • Able to mask entire screen with a static image in case of video input failure or auto bypass via relay
  • 1 RU or 3 RU rack mountable frame
  • Template based character generator
  • Works as a playout server
  • SLATE function puts up an Empty Background on which you can type messages
  • Customization available
  • Can also play recorded files from hard drive, in loop mode
  • ESAM support in development
  • Stores graphics, clips, and messages in local memory
  • IP input and output version available
  • SDI input and output version available

Suggested Retail Prices:
Ad+EAS Serter ASI/ASI 4ch (SD): $14,995 U.S.
Ad+EAS Serter IP/IP 4ch (SD): $10,995 U.S.
Ad+EAS Serter SDI/SDI 4ch (SD): $13,995 U.S.

DVEO and Ad+EAS Serter are trademarks of Computer Modules, Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.

CONNECT is a regional program that catalyzes the creation of innovative technology and life sciences products in San Diego County by creating an environment in which inventors and entrepreneurs have access to the resources they need for success. Since 1985, CONNECT has assisted in the formation and development of more than 3,000 companies and is now widely regarded as one of the world’s most successful organizations linking inventors and entrepreneurs with the resources they need for commercialization of innovative products. As a result, the program has been modeled in more than 50 regions around the world – most recently in New York City, Bogotá, Colombia and Saudi Arabia. To learn more about CONNECT, please visit www.connect.org or call 858.964.1300.

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 Court, San Diego, California, 92127
Web: www.dveo.com phone: +1 (858) 613-1818, fax: +1 (858) 613-1815

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Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, SMPTE, Louis J. Wolf Jr. Memorial Scholarship, SMPTE 2014

Award Ceremony Is Among SMPTE Initiatives Supporting and Recognizing Student Education and Participation in Motion-Imaging Field (more…)

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12Stone Church Uses Riedel Artist Intercom to Enable Communications for Multicampus Live Video System

GLENDALE, Calif. — Oct. 1, 2014 — Riedel Communications, provider of pioneering real-time video, audio, data, and communications networks, today announced that its Artist digital intercom matrix is being used in a multicampus live video system at Georgia-based 12Stone Church. (more…)

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