10.14.2005 12:00 AM
Omneon Spectrum Streamlines Workflow at KJLA
Bilingual network LATV is using the Omneon Spectrum media server systems for master control playout, live production playback of music videos, and in editing applications using Final Cut Pro.

The servers provide a foundation for digital media management, sharing and playout for Los Angeles-based KJLA, the city's first bilingual station, as it transitions to digital. A second Omneon Spectrum system supports live video playback and is integrated with the Apple Final Cut Pro 5.1.

Blueline Technologies station automation controls the playout server at KJLA, which manages the four broadcast channels in master control.


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