07.07.2007 08:00 AM
Wachovia Video Network chooses Wheatstone

The Wachovia Video Network, a private corporate network facility based in Charlotte, NC, has ordered a D9 TV console for use in its satellite-delivered programming. The network delivers live and edited company content as download-on-demand media for more than 80,000 employees. Wachovia also provides media outlets and national networks with live interviews from company executives and economic representatives throughout its network.

According to senior engineer Randy Epting, the department will be able to enhance its audio needs and address future growth for the facility with the D9 console.

The D9 console is a full-featured, small footprint console with analog and digital program and audition stereo outputs, 5.1 digital surround capability and a full event memory storage and recall system.

For more information, visit www.wheatstone.com.

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