03.07.2008 01:51 PM
Wrestling Goes Hi-Def With Grass
Thomson said it’s working on an HD upgrade for World Wrestling Entertainment in a deal valued at $12 million. The renovation involves transitioning the WWE’s Stamford, Conn., infrastructure to a file-based workflow.

The new system is based on Thomson Grass Valley’s K2 servers; its Aurora HD production editing system; Kalypso HD switchers; a Trinix HD router; and Kameleon and GeckoFlex conversion modules.

For the full story of the WWE conversion, check out
WWE Slams Into HD,”
from TV Technology contributor Sanjay Talwani.

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