06.16.2005 12:49 PM
Pro-Bel upgrades King World Productions

King World Productions has purchased and completed the installation of a range of Pro-Bel equipment as part of a complete digital upgrade of the Inside Edition West Coast Bureau. The company invested in a Pro-Bel Sirius 7 rack unit frame - configured with a 24x16 digital video layer and 16x16 analog layer and a 24x24 audio layer.

The company also installed a Pro-Bel Freeway RS-422 machine control system, which has the capability for 32 ports and a Freeway 32x32 time code router. The new Pro-Bel routing system has four control panels.

The decision to move the program from analog to digital, as well as the implementation of non-linear editing, prompted an overhaul of the West Coast facilities.

For more information, visit www.pro-bel.com.



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