03.30.2006 12:00 AM
DTG to Demo Intelligent Transfer Technology Integrated with Pathfire
Digital Transaction Group (DTG) will demonstrate its new Intelligent Transfer Technology integration with Pathfire at NAB2006. The Xe Intelligent Transfer Technology manages the transfer of syndicated program content from Pathfire to a play-to-air video server and prompts the metadata to generate the program segments and timing.

The Xe Automation System creates the program segments and ad blocks in its SQL database server. Because Xe can handle multiple content IDs, the Xe IDs match the station's house numbers assigned by traffic. When Xe loads the channel's schedule, all programming is ready for on-air.

With Xe, broadcasters no longer have to devote time and resources manually dubbing syndicated programs, and manually entering timing and segment data for the programs, according to DTG.

DTG will be in Booth C11031.

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