09.15.2004 03:29 PM
BBC expands Newsround Digital studio with help from ATG Broadcast

European systems integrator ATG Broadcast has upgraded the BBC's Newsround Digital studio and relocated it from Studio 2 at Television Centre to the East Tower in London. The expanded Newsround Digital facility comprises a single-camera studio with a sound and vision control room, voice-over booth and apparatus room. New equipment includes a Yamaha digital audio mixer, Pro-Bel routing and Trilogy Orator talkback. The new studio will produce content for digital transmission on The CBBC Channel.

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