10.05.2007 12:00 AM
Frostburg State University Takes Delivery of Grass Valley A/V Mixer
Maryland’s Frostburg State University has purchased a new Grass Valley Indigo A/V mixer for the school’s Department of Mass Communication.

The mixer will be used by students to switch program feeds in the school’s on-campus television studio facility.

“The intuitive interface and easily accessible features of the Indigo make it easy to train students, said Dr. John J. Lombardi, Chair and associate professor of the University’s Department of Mass Communication. “The AV Mixer, with its full feature set and compact size, also offers the institution great value.”

The new switcher features up and down conversion of video, the capability to mix in high-resolution PC graphics, advanced audio mixing functions and automated control of external devices.

Frostburg State University is located in Frostburg, Md. and is one of 13 institutions within the state’s university system. The Indigo switcher was supplied by Washington Professional Systems located in Wheaton, Md.

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