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thomson-promo2.jpgYesterday, we started out shooting technology demos at Thomson Grass Valley. The company’s product manager of integrated production solutions, Scott Matics, showed us MediaFUSE. This new content repurposing and multidistribution system provides an end-to-end suite of automated tools that allow broadcasters to increase the amount of content available for Internet and mobile distribution.

I don’t know about you, but I think Internet and mobile are the way of the future. There has been a lot of talk about mobile TV at NAB, and obviously the Internet is a key distribution platform or you wouldn’t be reading this blog.

sony_bvm-l230_0507.jpgOur next stop was Sony, where we viewed the TriMaster BVM-L230, a 23in full HD LCD master monitor. The picture clarity was incredible. The monitor features the industry's first 10-bit LCD Panel driver with full 1920 x 1080 HD resolution. The BVM-L230 also features a Sony developed LED backlight system, which offers wide color spaces and color accuracy not available in conventional LCD monitors.

sony-promo.jpgWatch a video on Sony’s TriMaster BVM-L230 on Broadcast Engineering TV.

Related articles: Thomson Grass Valley Ignites MediaFUSE for multiplatform production; Crosscreek installs Sony LCD monitors for HD production; Sony rolls out new reference LCD monitor.

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