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Iroquois, ON, Canada – July 16, 2008 – Egyptian Radio & Television Union (ERTU) invested in Ross once again with the purchase of five Synergy 2 Standard Definition (SD) Switchers.

ERTU was in need of five new production switchers, two to be installed in News Edit Suites, and three in their TV Studios. Already owning four Synergy 3 SD and three Synergy 2 SD Production Switchers ERTU’s positive experience aided in their decision to purchase Ross again.

“Ross’ Synergy line has proven to be an affordable and reliable product,” said Chief Director of Studio Projects, ERTU. “The Synergy 2 meets all of our requirements and offers feature sets that give our viewers a positive experience.”

“We have built a credible relationship with ERTU,” said Saeid Nejad, Regional Sales Manager, Middle East, North Africa. “ERTU has already experienced what Synergy can offer them, and it helped with their decision to go with Ross once again”

The Synergy SD series digital production switchers are multi-purpose switchers used to work in virtually any live production environment. Synergy offers a complete growth path to multi-definition with the Vision QMD/X line of digital production switchers.

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 Vision and Synergy Multi-Definition 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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