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Iroquois, ON Canada - April 14, 2008 - Waterman Broadcasting is the first to invest in Ross‘ newest switcher platform, with the purchase of two Vision 4 Quattros, a switcher which offers 4 keys per ME and up to 4 MEs.

Waterman Broadcasting does fourteen newscasts a day across two affiliate networks, ABC7 and NBC2. With the purchase of the Vision Quattros and the added features that it offers, it will be a perfect fit for their fast paced newscasts.

“We chose Ross because we know we will get a quality switcher with a company who stands behind their product,” said Bob Hannon, Director of Production “Not only is Ross affordable, but we are keeping a relationship that has already proven itself.”

“I am proud to have a rock-solid relationship with Waterman Broadcasting,” said David Ross, CEO “They have always been great to work with, and I am confident that Vision Quattro will meet their live production needs for some time to come.”

Vision Quattro provides 4 keys per ME and up to 4 MEs, available in both a small and large chassis. The small chassis, Quattro MD, is a compact 3RU, offering four full 4-keyer MEs and 48 Multi-Definition inputs. The large chassis, Quattro MD-X, offers four full 4-keyer MEs, 6 keys downstream, and 96 multi-definition inputs.

About Ross Video

Ross Video designs, manufactures and supports a wide range of innovative products for use in live production applications in over 100 countries. Over the past 15 years Ross has grown an average of 20% year over year and currently employs 300 incredibly talented people. Ross‘ award winning product line includes the Vision, Synergy SD, and Synergy MD/X Video Production Switchers, openGear, RossGear and GearLite Terminal Equipment, SoftMetal Video Servers, and the OverDrive Production Control System. News and information are available at


Ross Video Media Contact:

Sara Bell

Public Relations Coordinator

Tel: +1 613-652-3020

Fax: +1 613-652-4425


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