04.08.2009 02:55 PM
Digital Broadcast Shows MediaFire
Digital Broadcast will display its MediaFire Automated Master Control System at the show. MediaFire is a full-featured master control automation system with built-in automation and direct interfaces to spot and syndicated program delivery services. Content from media delivery services moves automatically to MediaFire, fully prepped and ready for playout. MediaFire is a distributed IP network-based system. It is available in HD as well as SD.

The MediaVault archive system will also be showing at NAB. MediaVault is an archive system with blue laser technology that provides up to 50 TB of media storage. The high-speed searchable index is based on file metadata. Archived material can be played at any access-granted desktop computer.

The company will also show its NewsBank Automated News System. It is a news automation system that consolidates servers and editing functions so that news stories can be received, edited and automatically aired according to rundowns provided via MOS interfaces to newsroom computer systems. NewsBank features specialized interchanges with the major news delivery services so that stories can be edited and aired in their native digital formats.

Digital Broadcast will be at booth SU6302.

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