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U.K. automation systems provider Pebble Beach Systems recently announced that it will showcase its Stingray system at NAB 2013. The system is scalable up to more than 100 channels.

With near-to-linear expansion costs, Stingray enables the fast deployment of a range of channel types, including more complex dynamic channels which incorporate extensive live content and frequent schedule changes, as well as simpler clip-based channels.

The system features a sophisticated yet uncluttered user interface that can cope with late-breaking changes, and is fully Unicode-compliant in order to cater for multiple languages. It also features multi-format playback capability.

For more information, see Pebble Beach at NAB booth N1112.

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